K-12 Technology News

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Hobsons Debuts Naviance for Elementary

Hobsons has launched a new version of its career and college planning platform, Naviance, for students in grades K-5.

Ashland U, Teach n' Kids Learn Partner on Online Teacher PD

Ashland University's Professional Development Services has partnered with Teach n' Kids Learn to launch comprehensive online professional development courses for teachers.

Atlanta Kindergarten Tries Augmented Reality for Reading, Math

An Atlanta school has adopted augmented reality in its kindergarten classes.

LearningMate Updates Content Authoring Platform

LearningMate Solutions has launched an updated version of its digital and interactive learning content authoring tool, Frost.

Wireless Smart Cart Aims To Allow More Accurate Measurement in Physics Experiments

Pasco Scientific is introducing a new Smart Cart, a low-friction cart with sensors that will allow students to collect data from experiments to learn physics concepts.

Educational Testing Service Debuts Ethics Training for Teachers

Educational Testing Service has launched ProEthica, an online ethics training program for educators.

Education.com, Clever Partner To Improve Access to Classroom Resources

Education.com and Clever have partnered in an effort to expand access to learning and classroom resources for students.

Turnitin Launches Feedback Studio

A revamped version of Turnitin’s flagship product focuses on feedback over plagiarism.

Washington District Adopts Adaptive Assessment Platform

Washington's Tacoma Public Schools has selected a new math and reading assessment system for students in grades K-10.

Norwich U Hosts High Schoolers for Summer Cyber Camp

A Vermont college will be hosting a group of third-year and fourth-year high schoolers to teach them the basics of cybersecurity.

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