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Students use tech to drive career exploration

As the school year ends, some students in low-income rural areas may feel that their time in class hasn’t brought them any closer to going to college or getting beyond…

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N.C. recommends STEMscopes for state science adoption

Accelerate Learning announced that STEMscopes™ North Carolina, its digital K-12 science solution built to meet the North Carolina science standards, has been recommended by the North Carolina Department of Public…

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Computer scientist uses robots to draw students to STEM

A University of Texas at Arlington computer scientist and his students are using assistive robots to spur the interest of local middle- and high-school students toward STEM. Gian-Luca Mariottini, an assistant…

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EXO U, Clever partner for secure digital learning platform

EXO U Inc., developer of the newly launched EXO U Digital Education Platform, announced a partnership agreement with Clever, Inc., a provider of secure single sign-on access for school-based learning…

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Facebook helps makerspaces expand in the classroom

Robert Pronovost, the science, technology, engineering and math coordinator at the Ravenswood City School District, has a mission: to spark student interest in those topics by bringing tech-filled "makerspaces" to…

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Global policy report touches on reduced testing reliance

ASCD, a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching, and leading, released its first Global Policy Agenda, which makes recommendations to promote the success of students, educators, schools, and…

K-12 education: 6 trends, 6 challenges, 6 incoming technologies

On May 12, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and the New Media Consortium (NMC) gave a small online audience a taste of the nation’s K-12 education technology trends for…

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Decision sciences firm launches high school analytics curriculum

Mu Sigma, a big data analytics and decision sciences provider, has launched an analytics curriculum for high school students. The program, known as The Mu Sigma High Decision Sciences Program and…

How open resources help infuse Common Core into lessons

Using open resources, I can customize the lessons for every student, identifying learning gaps and linking them to resources--from videos to interactive lessons. And with just a few clicks, I…

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Report looks preparing teachers to lead statistics courses

The American Statistical Association (ASA) has issued the Statistical Education of Teachers (SET) Report, which calls on mathematicians, statisticians, mathematics educators and statistics educators to collaborate in preparing pre-K–12 teachers…

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