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$20K grants for middle, high school STEM projects

The Verizon Innovative App Challenge provides the opportunity for middle school and high school students, working with a faculty advisor, to apply their STEM knowledge, ingenuity, and creativity to develop…

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Nation’s largest ed-tech conference set to begin

ISTE 2014, the nation’s largest ed-tech conference, is about to begin in Atlanta—and eSchool Media will be there, bringing you live coverage throughout the event.…

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Formative assessment: Strategies for success

How can formative assessment be used to support the curriculum? This was the subject of a recent webinar sponsored by SunGard K-12 Education, during which two experts revealed their strategies…

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Lamp-free projectors: A bright idea that’s catching on

Solid-state illumination can reduce the total cost of ownership for projectors, advocates say­—while saving the environment as well. For these reasons and more, a growing number of schools and other…

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3 things you might not know about Google for Education

What does it mean to “go Google” as a K-12 school or district? In a recent eSchool News webinar, James Leonard from the Google for Education team gave an overview…

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How Lewisville ISD manages multiple devices — simply and affordably

The Lewisville Independent School District in Texas manages nearly 70,000 computers, laptops, and other mobile devices with a technology staff of fewer than 60 people. Each technician is responsible for…

$10K and national recognition for school superintendents

Now in its 28th year, the AASA National Superintendent of the Year Program pays tribute to the talent and vision of the men and women who lead our nation's public…

Gift cards for prize-winning student essays

Students entering 5th and 6th grades in the fall of 2014 are eligible. Essays, focused on a single book, should be one page in length and must be submitted with…

$100K in projector technologies

Administrators and faculty of public or private schools in the United States can enter Casio’s LampFree® Projector Education Grant for a chance to win one Casio Ultra Short Throw projector…

$8K for K’NEX experts

Children can enter using the online entry form found on the K’NEX website, www.knexperts.com. Submissions must include up to 3 photos of the creation, and a short video or one-page…