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Aaron Gifford

Aaron Gifford

Staff Writer, Center for Digital Education

Aaron Gifford has several years of professional writing experience, primarily with daily newspapers and specialty publications in upstate New York. He attended the University at Buffalo and is based in Cazenovia, NY.

Money for the Emergency Connectivity Fund is expected to run out June 30. The Federal Communications Commission will continue reviewing public input on the proposal until a determination is made.
For aspiring art students, a partnership between Skillshare and Procreate has produced a series of online videos demonstrating how to merge the earliest cartooning concepts with the latest digital drawing tools.
The Network of Academic and Scholastic Esports Federations has 3,500 clubs across 50 U.S. states, with members in 70 countries. Some colleges provide scholarships so students can play while majoring in STEM subjects.
PlayVS is the official platform of North Carolina's Varsity Esports and STEM League, organized by the STEM education and esports company Stiegler EdTech to incorporate educational competitions into the esports calendar.
As part of the AI Unity Initiative by the school software company PowerNotes, professors are testing new applications for artificial intelligence in classrooms and research, then discussing the results with each other.
The nonprofit Internet Safety Labs found that exposure to trackers and behavioral ads on school devices vary by race and income, and often the source of the problem is the school’s own official website.
A Jan. 22 report from the Office of Educational Technology and Office of Special Education Programs dispels the myths of assistive technology devices and shares improvements that experts have witnessed in that space.
The U.S. Department of Education’s first-ever National STEM Festival will take place April 11-13 in Washington, D.C., celebrating innovative projects from students in grades six through 12 who won national competitions.
The policy for K-12 teachers, which takes effect Sept. 1, requires a specific certification from the Board of Regents or proof that the teacher has taught a computer science class since the 2017-2018 school year.
The only two school districts in Wyoming to receive EPA Clean School Bus grants returned the money after deciding electric charging devices couldn’t handle their region’s extreme temperatures.