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Epson and DonorsChoose.org have teamed up to launch a holiday program that aims to help public school teachers get funding for their classroom projects.
A new program funded by a federal grant aims to prepare middle and high school students in rural districts of Kentucky for college and career by teaching them real-world business and life skills.
A new integrated solution enables users to complete enrollment and student billing processes through a single web portal.
Schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia has been named winners in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow contest.
Providence Public School District in Rhode Island has implemented a new student information system to help administrators make data-driven decisions and simplify student records transfers.
The National Center for Women and Information Technology is now accepting proposals for its 2014 NCWIT AspireIT program.
Winning 3D designs provide new ways to teach math skills.
Teachers and students, as well as their families, in Arkansas now have access to a suite of online educational resources thanks to the state's Department of Education.
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bellevue, WA is celebrating Computer Science Education Week (December 9 to 15) by participating in the Hour of Code.
Pearson has unveiled the latest version of its digital repository, Equella 6.2, which will be released soon.
The state of Texas is hoping to persuade its districts to adopt a student dashboard solution following a successful pilot.
As part of a district improvement plan, a Liberty Hill Independent School District has expanded its use of technology for its recently opened Liberty Hill High School campus. The newly opened $62 million high school has about 1,600 students, 48 general classrooms, and 10 computer labs, as well as several career and technology classrooms.
Dell has announced nearly $2.4 million in grants to 26 organizations across the country as part of its Powering the Possible for Communities Youth Learning Initiative and 2020 Legacy of Good Plan. The grants are intended to help close the learning gap for underserved youth.
A new public awareness campaign conceived by the TEACH coalition and the Ad Council has been launched to encourage top students to consider a career in education.
Impulse Point SafeConnect, a network security tool for K-12, now integrates with the iboss secure Web gateway to provide identity-based access management for education networks.
Student achievement in math and reading has improved at schools that received School Improvement Grants, according to a new report from the United States Department of Education.