Spurred by growing community concerns about student mental health, a program at AOS 90 places health workers in schools who can connect students to both in-person and remote therapy services.
School-approved devices in participating districts can connect to secure Wi-Fi well beyond the classroom or student homes under Kajeet's expanded partnership with eduroam, a roaming Wi-Fi service for school networks.
A series of communications between school leaders in the wake of an April cyber attack on a Minnesota school district have been made public, showing deliberations about the attack, response, insurance and other matters.
Fort Bend Independent School District in Texas is installing tablets next to school-bus doors which students will use to scan their ID cards as they get on and off, allowing staff and parents to know where they are.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Department of Education are promoting STEM by awarding letterman jackets and $1,000 scholarships to distinguished students, and spotlighting schools for STEM leadership.
Some educators and advocates say the best way to break the cycle of poverty is by accessing well-paid STEM jobs, as well as the many scholarships that go unawarded each year due to a lack of applicants.
San Diego Unified School District recently confirmed that a data breach in October 2022 compromised student names and medical information, and the district is working to notify those affected as it identifies them.
In a local event mimicking the popular reality TV show Shark Tank, students used Tinkercad, a free app for computer-assisted design, to create a prototype of an invention or innovation to solve real-world problems.
The New York City public schools are loosening the reins on emerging technologies such as ChatGPT, while putting new rules and resources in place Thursday to promote artificial intelligence in classrooms.
The funding will establish an Institute for Inclusive and Intelligent Technologies for Education on the Urbana-Champaign campus. The research focuses on non-cognitive learning skills among K-12 students.
The Allegheny Valley School District joined a growing list of school districts nationwide that are in the process of pursuing legal action against social media companies like TikTok, Facebook and YouTube.
Nonprofit OpenStax, which makes free online learning materials, has partnered with tutoring firm Scalar Learning. Enhanced algebra and trigonometry books featuring YouTuber Huzefa Kapadia will be out soon.
Repowering older, internal combustion school buses as battery-electric versions can extend the life of bus fleets and save districts a lot of money as they transition to EVs.
The grant looks to build off of last year's Internet Safety Labs study which noted that almost all ed-tech apps had shared students' personal info with third parties. New funding will allow the research to continue.
The social media business model is simple: Trade Americans’ data for dollars, which has led companies to exploit our children’s anxiety and obliterate their attention spans by keeping them online as long as possible.
Student data, including names, birth dates and addresses, are not always kept secure by school districts or the state Education Department, the state Comptroller's Office found in an audit issued Tuesday.