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How a Dyslexic Neuroscientist’s iPad App Will Boost Your Kid’s Math Scores

On a recent weekday morning, a six-year-old girl with brown pigtails stared at an iPad perched on the desk in front of her, Takepart reports. As she studied the screen,…

TabPilot Android Tablet Management for Schools

TabPilot is a cloud-based management system that puts teachers in control of classroom tablets. Tablets are locked down so that students see only teacher-enabled apps and web links. Features include…

Early learning, assisted by technology

Susan Kelly is excited about the possibilities when her school welcomes its first class of students this fall. Kelly is the vice principal of VINCI School in Ottawa, Canada, one…

Teachers get more teaching time

Teachers get more teaching time

Chromebooks powered by Intel processors allow students can get to learning faster, waste less time waiting, and stay learning longer.…

Teachers waste less time waiting

Teachers waste less time waiting

Chromebooks powered by Intel processors allow students can get to learning faster, waste less time waiting, and stay learning longer.…

Ethan stays learning longer

Ethan stays learning longer

Ethan can get to learning faster, waste less time waiting, and stay learning longer with Chromebooks powered by Intel processors…

Madison stays learning longer

Madison stays learning longer

Madison can get to learning faster, waste less time waiting, and stay learning longer with Chromebooks powered by Intel processors.…

Young Teachers Stick Around, Bringing Tech Savvy

Mayra Lara has been laid off three times and bounced among high schools during her seven-year teaching career in the Los Angeles school district, the Wall Street Journal reports. Concerned…

Schools Use Student Data to Find Signs of Trouble, Help Struggling Kids

At Miami Carol City Senior High in Florida, a handful of teachers, administrators and coaches are gathered around a heavy wooden table in a conference room dubbed the “War Room,”…

We Need to Talk About the Test

I’d like to tell you what was wrong with the tests my students took last week, but I can’t, the New York Times reports. Pearson’s $32 million contract with New…