10 priorities for K-12 IT leaders
March 2nd, 2020

School districts are moving to highly digital ecosystems, and K-12 IT leaders have more and more to manage to ensure that teaching and learning can go on uninterrupted by failing…



Students get much-requested climate change curriculum
February 24th, 2020

Portland Public Schools (PPS) is partnering with Portland General Electric Company on the creation of a comprehensive K-12 curriculum exploring the causes and consequences of climate change, along with potential…


9 ways to create better makerspaces
February 24th, 2020

Makerspaces and maker culture have quickly become a favorite of STEAM advocates, and new research shows that makerspaces can be highly effective at helping elementary students develop skills such as…


5 Digital Learning Day activities you can’t miss
February 20th, 2020

Digital learning is key to helping students build the skills they'll need to succeed in college and the workforce. This year, Digital Learning Day is on February 27, and we've…


A new tool will help track internet equity
February 14th, 2020

A new free tool launching later this year will provide critical information on K-12 internet pricing and availability across the nation. The tool, called Connect K-12, will provide actionable internet…


10+ new products from TCEA 2020
February 11th, 2020

During TCEA 2020, educators, decision-makers, and stakeholders came together to articulate their visions for the future of education. In addition to sessions and presentations, edtech companies made major announcements and…


Why lifelong learning matters for K-12 students
February 10th, 2020

In an ever-changing global workforce, today's students are developing skills to make them productive members of tomorrow's workforce. Perhaps one of the most important skills they'll learn is lifelong learning.…


7 things that keep young women in engineering
February 7th, 2020

As the nation faces a STEM worker crisis, renewed focus is paid to the shortage of young women who pursue engineering career paths in higher ed and who go on…