K-12 Technology News

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School District Chooses Online Training for School Safety

A Colorado school district at the beginning of the current school year implemented a new staff safety and regulatory compliance program that reminds staff members about their training assignments.

Private School Chooses Remote Guarding

A private school in Los Angeles has contracted with a security service that does its guarding remotely.

NVBots Launches 3D Printer with Automated Part Remover

3D printer maker NVBots has launched what it says is the first 3D printer with an automated print remover that can be controlled remotely.

New Casper Suite Enables Mix-and-Match 1-to-1 and Shared iPads

Software for managing Apple devices in a classroom or other settings has gotten an update to leverage features of iOS 9.3.

Oregon District Goes Green with Budget-Neutral Efficiency Upgrades

Oregon's Hillsboro School District has begun work on a $3.5 million energy savings performance contract designed to improve operational efficiency at 13 schools.

Testing Bill of Rights Sees Thousands of Signatures in First 2 Weeks

Amidst standardized testing season, a petition calling for better, fairer and fewer tests in schools is quickly gaining support.

Educators in High-Needs Schools to Get Training to Help Them Teach STEM

A program from the National Science Foundation is aiming to support the recruitment and education of STEM teachers for high-need school districts.

Edmentum Adds 30 A-G Approved Online Courses

The University of California has granted a-g approval for an additional 30 online and blended learning courses offered by Edmentum.

NEC Launches New Budget-Friendly Projector Models

The two new 3,000-lumen projectors will retail for less than $425.

Princeton Review, CollegeWeekLive Partner on Virtual College Fair

The Princeton Review and CollegeWeekLive have partnered in an effort to provide prospective college students greater insight to universities they are interested in attending.

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