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Google to Provide G Suite Certifications

Educators can register their class for the certification and students can earn the certifications for $37 per exam. Google is making an Exam Guide available for instructors and the use of the company’s free Applied Digital Skills curriculum with 11 ready-to-use lessons.

FCC Proposal Would Adversely Impact Schools in Rural and Remote Areas, Advocate Says

The Federal Communications Commission has issued a draft proposal calling for changes in the regulation of the 2.5 GHz spectrum, opening up channels reserved for the Educational Broadband Service for commercial, non-educational purposes.

Google Launches Educator App Hub

Google is making it easier for educators to find apps for classroom use through the Chromebook App Hub.

Education Helping to Drive Massive Surge in AR & VR

Augmented and virtual reality will see explosive growth in the next five years, driving in large part by education — both K–12 and post-secondary.

PublicSchoolWORKS Enhances Progress Monitoring and Data Analytics for Staff Training System

PublicSchoolWORKS is enhancing its Staff Training System, a tool for tracking staff and teacher training for school safety that’s part of the EmployeeSafe Suite.

WiFi 6 to Drive Continued Growth in Wireless Networking Hardware

The immediate future looks bright for the wireless hardware market, thanks in part to anticipated enterprise adoption of WiFi 6.

Grants & Upcoming Events (Week of June 17, 2019)

Upcoming funding opportunities for schools

Games and Classroom Discussion Coming to ST Math with New Chats Feature

MIND Research Institute is releasing an update to ST Math that includes new group activities centered around math games.

Gaming Computers and 2-in-1 Devices Surge as Overall Computing Market Slides

While traditional personal computers and tablets are continuing to lose their luster worldwide, other types of computing devices are holding strong.

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