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Giovanni Albanese

Staff Writer

Giovanni Albanese Jr. is a staff writer for the Center for Digital Education. He has covered business, politics, breaking news and professional soccer over his more than 15-year reporting career. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Salem State University in Massachusetts.

A software company in Canada is bringing its web-based application to the U.S. that uses personal fitness data to create individualized workout programs and feedback geared toward their progress rather than ability.
Noticing that school districts often need guidance in implementing new technology, an ed-tech company has created a strategic planning advisory service to assess a school's needs and direct them to the appropriate tech.
Special education professionals say the increasing use of technology in schools has, in some cases, helped by making families more involved and giving students a digital environment in which they feel comfortable.
The Boston-based ed-tech company recently launched its Positive Behavior tool to address growing challenges with K-12 students, some of whose stresses and behaviors have worsened over the COVID-19 global pandemic.
IBM, Red Hat, Innosoft and Amazon Web Services have partnered to modernize the U.S. Department of Education’s G5 grants management system over the next five years, making it more collaborative and user-friendly.
Academic and technology leaders at a recent webinar spoke about the role media and technology played in education during the pandemic, arguing that embracing change and discussing the future are necessary.
With its third acquisition in the past year and a half, the ed tech company is expanding its Canvas learning management system with a new version of a tool that keeps track of a student’s competencies and certifications.
A survey conducted by ed-tech company Modern Campus and the nonprofit University Professional and Continuing Education Association found a widespread lack of resources for continuing education in the U.S.
A two-day event for North Carolina high school and higher education students this week involved 13 teams, with mentors, using technology to analyze data and provide ideas for addressing the digital divide.
The ed tech company’s new Vernier Connections, a platform for high school teachers with hands-on investigations and projects, aims to better students’ critical thinking skills and collaborative efforts to solve problems.