K-12 Technology News

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Promethean Launches New Display Boards With Learning Software

Promethean has introduced a new line of interactive displays that come with a software package that allows teachers to use learning materials without the need to connect to a computer.

Smart Unveils New Line of Display Boards for Educators

Smart Technologies has introduced a new line of three interactive display boards designed specifically for the education market, bundling them with a software package called the Smart Learning Suite.

HP Launches New Chromebook for Education

HP has introduced a new Chromebook designed specifically for education, the Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition.

Infinite Campus Adds IMS Global Certification

Infinite Campus has added IMS Global Certification to its learning management system (LMS) options.

New Center Seeks Out Best Practices for Getting Women of Color into STEM

To address the challenge of getting girls and women of color, specifically, interested in science, technology, engineering and math will be the focus of a new center at Arizona State University.

Alaska School Deploys Passive Optical LAN

Grace Christian School, a K-12 school in Anchorage, AK, has upgraded to a passive optical local area network (LAN) to provide increased bandwidth and reliable connectivity for the school's 60 teachers and 600 students.

Pennsylvania District Turns to Outside Help To Prep 1-to-1 Devices

When a district in Pennsylvania faced the prospect of sending students from one of its middle schools in three directions while an extensive mold mitigation project replaced its facilities, the district chose to outfit the students with Chromebooks for digital learning.

Google Expeditions Takes Students on VR Tours of Great Barrier Reef, Buckingham Palace

Google has added two new virtual reality tours to its Google Expeditions Pioneer Program, a VR platform designed specifically for classroom use and available free for schools.

NCSC, Breakthrough Technologies Unveil Alternate Assessment Platform

The National Center and State Collaborative and Breakthrough Technologies have developed an online delivery platform for a new alternate assessment program for students with cognitive disabilities.

Aerohive Debuts HiveSchool

Aerohive Networks has introduced HiveSchool, the company's new, free connected learning application for K-12 classrooms.

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