K-12 Technology News
Here you'll find the latest news from the education technology world, from the newest hardware and software releases to policy and funding updates to research reports to school and district tech initiatives. Looking for more in-depth coverage of important topics? Be sure to visit our Features page.
KaBOOM! and the CarMax Foundation are partnering to launch the initiative that will provide youth-serving organizations project based learning activities to encourage children to become interested in STEM.
The new app created by Weyo and Sesame Workshop gives preschoolers a safe, ad-free environment to learn and play online.
The ability to communicate effectively, think creatively and collaborate are key skills that employers are looking for, but a new study finds a gap between the demands of the job market and lessons in the classroom.
A select group of principals received nearly 200 hours of professional development training over a two-year period through a program at the University of Washington, but a study conducted by ED’s Institute of Education Sciences found the program did not affect student achievement.
The robotics company has announced the commercial launch of RVR, a customizable robot that teaches students how to code.
A new report from SETDA examines how policy makers and school leaders can work to bridge the digital divide and establish ways to provide schools with the necessary resources to get high-speed internet connections.
Florida State University is working with SoapBox Labs to test how the company's speech recognition technology could help educators assess student reading and language skills.
The project-based learning company’s new offering will train principals and their school leadership teams on how to implement project-based learning projects.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced his Computer Science for All State Plan to help schools statewide create “advanced, high-quality” computer science programs.
The assessment provider’s new solution gives educators insights into student proficiencies in English language arts and mathematics through adaptive, through-year assessment that provides summative scores for teachers.