K-12 Technology News
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The Discovery Education Community is inviting teachers and administrators around the world to participate in the 2016 Fall VirtCon.
Firth School District 59 in Idaho has implemented a new student information system with the goal of improving data integrity and reducing maintenance.
Google Search results now feature data from the United States Department of Education’s College Scorecard, making it easier for students to compare information.
Silverback Learning Solutions has partnered with the Idaho Association of School Administrators to launch the Idaho IMS Consortium, a collaborative approach to supporting public education in Idaho.
A number of other organizations have joined forces in the consortium, including Boise State University’s Leads Learning Network, AdvancED Idaho, Idaho Digital Learning Academy and Gooru, to offer a comprehensive and multifaceted education solution.
Liberty County School District is the first school district in the state to provide students with free Internet access through high-tech mobile Wi-Fi units powered by Kajeet.
Florida's Broward County School District has selected a new learning management system in an effort to better support personalized learning.
Promethean Planet’s lessons and resources designed for interactive whiteboards are now available in the ClassFlow MarketPlace.
SensoMotoric Instruments, a German company with North American headquarters in Boston, has launched the SMI Digital Classroom, which collects data on eye tracking from up to 40 students simultaneously.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
The nonprofit College Board, which administers the SAT, said no version of the standardized test given this past weekend contained any of the 400 unpublished questions that were exposed in a massive security breach that occurred earlier this year.
In an effort to increase the technology talent pipeline in Montana, Big Sky Code Academy will expand professional development opportunities to educators through local district partnerships with Code.org.