Students Turning to AI for college application support; Parents Confirm Trust in Librarians; States Fail to Properly Assess Teachers.
A recently released white paper “Building Back Stronger: New Thinking and Technologies Reshaping Education,” delves into the myriad ways K-12 schools are embracing different methodologies and cutting-edge technologies…
Through December, the editors at eSchoolNews will be collecting, reporting, and sharing the bold, provocative, and even dare we say, audacious predictions of edtech experts. Want to join…
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation this month announced the launch of the 2024 National Civics Bee. The competition is ... Read more
Zarek Dozda, director of UChicago’s Data Science 4 Everyone, cuts through the artificial intelligence clutter to address everything from responsible use of AI, to educator empowerment, to the…
In this special edition of Innovations in Education, Content Director Kevin Hogan speaks with McGraw Hill’s Patrick Keeney about various aspects of career and tehcnical education (CTE).
Discovery Education CEO Jeremy Cowdrey discusses the future of edtech, teacher shortages, the potential impacts, as well as drawbacks, of AI.
UNESCO 2023 Global Education Monitoring Report on cyberbullying; NWEA examines reading fluency intervention targeting struggling middle school readers; Schoolero ranks the safest states for students.
Ted Mo Chen, Vice President of Globalization at ClassIn, details the company’s next-generation courseware management platform offering.
The 7th annual report on K-12 computer science in the United States dropped today. It provides an update on national ... Read more