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Minnesota schools hit glitches with online testing

Minnesota's $38 million contract with Pearson for online proficiency testing is just a few months old, but it already has technology staff in many schools scrambling to ensure their systems…

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Finding copyright-friendly photos for the Google Images generation

Teaching students to respect the intellectual property of others is important in this digital “cut and paste” world we live in. One great project to share with students that can…

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Traveling ‘Fab Lab’ Maker RV delivers tech tools

Caitlin Fox carefully traces the letters "Y" and "C" on her computer screen, slowly perfecting her design. Using Rhinoceros 3D computer software and a vinyl cutter, Fox, a freshman at Gaston…

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Top 10 of 2014, No. 2: Digital access and equity

Each year, the eSchool News editors compile 10 of the most influential ed-tech developments and examine how those topics dominated K-12 ed-tech conversations. No. 2 on our list for 2014…

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Let’s talk tech: Yes, students need computers

Computer Science Week ended not long ago, but the whole month has felt tech-centric. I’ve covered kids learning computer coding, talked to teens competing in cybersecurity and watched school board members…

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Top 10 of 2014, No. 4: The Maker Movement

Each year, the eSchool News editors compile 10 of the most influential ed-tech developments and examine how those topics dominated K-12 ed-tech conversations. No. 4 on our list for 2014…

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Competition essential to solving U.S. STEM gap

Developing a rigorous vetting process for talented teachers and opening up school choice options are paramount to engaging students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), according to a new…

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Top 10 of 2014, No. 5: Common Core and online assessments

Each year, the eSchool News editors compile 10 of the most influential ed-tech developments and examine how those topics dominated K-12 ed-tech conversations. No. 5 on our list for 2014?…

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Wake County schools want to abolish state A-F grading system

Wake County school leaders want the General Assembly to abolish a new program that will give every public school in the state an A through F grade based on students’…

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Top 10 of 2014, No. 6: STEM

Each year, the eSchool News editors compile 10 of the most influential ed-tech developments and examine how those topics dominated K-12 ed-tech conversations. No. 6 on our list for 2014…