K-12 Technology News
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Florida's Broward County Public Schools will expand its use of an online math program for gifted students from about 40 students to several hundred over the course of the next few years.
Middle school girls received a major dose of real-life engineering exposure during four week-long camps that took place this summer at the University of California, Berkeley.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
The California Department of Education has launched Collaboration in Common, a professional learning and resource sharing network for California educators.
Three STEM education programs at MIT received a $1 million gift to support ongoing efforts that connect underrepresented youth to opportunities in the computer science and engineering fields.
The largest online public school district in the United States is moving to a new learning management system.
Troy Community Consolidated School District 30 has adopted a new digital STEM curriculum for use by students in grades K-8 district-wide.
Echo360 has launched an upgrade program designed to help users transform Panopto video into learning assets for the Echo360active learning platform.
Telecommunications giant AT&T overcharged two Florida school districts for phone service and should have to pay about $170,000 to the U.S. government to settle the allegations, the Federal Communications ruled this week, as reported by Ars Technica. AT&T disputes the charges and will contest the decision.
After a two-year hiatus, Texas A&M University's SMaRT Camp for high school math students is back.