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.


Schoology Integrates With Infinite Campus

Schoology has integrated its learning management system with the Infinite Campus student information system.

Cengage's New Developmental Math Tool Breaks Lessons into 'Learning Bursts'

MindTap Math Foundations is meant to address what students said is the biggest challenge they have in being ready for college: lack of time.

Reading Rainbow Launches Digital Library for Elementary Schools

RRKidz has launched Reading Rainbow Skybrary School, an educational digital library designed for students in early elementary school.

Report: Standards Vary Widely Among States

Achievement standards vary widely from state to state, despite the promise of greater uniformity that helped to usher in the Common Core State Standards, according to a new report from the American Institutes for Research.

Torsh Adds Bluetooth-Compatible Version to Video Observation Platform

Torsh, a company that provides a video-based platform for teacher professional development, is improving its basic video capture tool by launching a Bluetooth-compatible version of its T Uploader iOS and Android apps.

Frontline Launches Research and Learning Institute

Frontline Technologies, a company that develops K-12 education software, has launched the Frontline Research and Learning Institute. The institute will publish monthly reports with comparative data on issues facing K-12 education, and it will publish quarterly research papers on industry trends.

Kaltura Adds Interactive Quizzes to Video Platform

Kaltura has updated its video education platform to include an interactive video quizzing tool.

AVTeq Debuts 48-Device Charging Cart

AVTeq has launched the Tablet Charging Cart, a mobile cart capable of charging as many as 48 devices.

High Schoolers Sweep Top Spots at Cornell MakeaThon

Over the course of a weekend, 14 teams made up of college students and high schoolers identified problems, created working prototypes, pitched the audience on their ideas and did demos of their solutions as part of Cornell University's Make-a-Thon.

Texas District Adopts Platform To Bring STEAM Pros to the Classroom

The Manor Independent School District has adopted a technology platform designed to bring industry into the classroom.

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