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.

ParentSquare Launches Newsletter-Building Tool at No Extra Charge

K-12 communication platform ParentSquare has launched a new solution that helps educators build newsletters with no HTML skills required, free to all registered ParentSquare users.

Free Resources and Consulting Services Available to Help Secure School Violence Protection Funding

Ed tech provider Bluum is offering free grant resources and consulting services to help school districts apply for funding from the COPS School Violence Protection Program, a grant opportunity from the United States Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services with awards totaling $73 million.

5 Ed Tech Startups Join SETDA's 2024 Cohort of Emerging Partners

SETDA, the association representing U.S. state and territorial educational technology and digital learning leaders, has announced its 2024 cohort of Emerging Partners.

NWEA Introduces AI-Powered Reading Coach for 1:1 Personalized Reading Practice

K-12 assessment and research organization NWEA has added an AI reading coach feature to its MAP Reading Fluency early literacy assessment product.

Microsoft, Khan Academy Partner to Make Khanmigo Teaching Tool Free

At its Build conference this week, Microsoft announced it has inked an AI partnership with Khan Academy that will enable the education nonprofit to offer Khanmigo to teachers at no cost.

Finalsite Debuts New Communications Tools with Gen AI Features

K-12 community relationship management platform Finalsite has expanded its suite of communications products with a mobile app and mass communications software.

Georgia Cyber Academy Extends Relationship with Discovery Education to Integrate Digital Resources into Instruction

Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) has extended its multi-year partnership with Discovery Education to help create engaging digital learning experiences for its 11,000 students.

Google Unveils New LearnLM Models for Students, Gemini Features for Education

Google is priming its various generative AI technologies to meet the needs of educators, the company announced at its Google I/O conference.

The Innovation Project Offers PD Resources to North Carolina Teachers

North Carolina educators will now have access to professional development resources through a new collaboration between The Innovation Project (TIP), a nonprofit collaborative focused on transformative education practices, and online professional learning provider Teaching Channel.

Clever Introduces Layered Security Solution for Identity and Access Management

Digital learning platform Clever has announced a layered security solution that utilizes multiple layers of protection to provide secure identity and access management for schools.