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.


Edgenuity Introduces New Online Gradebook

Edgenuity, which provides digital content to school districts, has created a new teacher Gradebook designed to help teachers better monitor student engagement, progress and achievement in real time.

Pearson Launches aimswebPlus, Schoolnet 18

Pearson has introduced aimswebPlus, a formative assessment, data management and reporting system for grades K-8.

SIS/LMS Firm Augments Integration with Google Classroom

An education technology company that supplements Google's toolset for teachers and students has expanded its integration with the larger company's school software.

IXL Launches Science Social Studies Curricula for Elementary Students

IXL Learning has expanded the list of subjects covered by its Web-based program that allows students to work at their own pace in personalized and blended learning environments.

Google Expeditions in Full Rollout, iOS Version to Follow

Google has formally rolled out the full release version of Google Expeditions, the company's virtual reality system for education that's built on top of Google Cardboard.

Oregon District Adds Online Registration System

The Beaverton School District near Portland, OR has added a new online registration component to its student information system.

Brydge Showcases Education Solutions for Optimizing iPads

The keyboard manufacturer aims to bring its keyboards to schools with existing iPad programs, saving schools the cost of converting to expensive laptop programs.

Achieve3000 Unveils Nonfiction Blended Learning Literacy Solutions

The New Jersey-based company announced new updates to its blended learning products.

Lit Fiber Leads Latest E-rate Funding Requests

Right now the biggest area for category one funding requests in the E-rate program is for lit fiber — major bandwidth connectivity. That line item in applications for the 2016 funding year totals $1.3 billion in pre-discount dollars, a request that trounces every other type of category one service included on applications by at least a factor of five-to-one.

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