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A Texas school district this fall will implement the Raptor Alert System, which comes with a downloadable app that synchronizes responding entities with a website that manages the flow of K-12 district information.
Some teacher preparation programs aren't keeping pace with technological changes in schools, neglecting to train new teachers for modern classrooms, 1-to-1 computing environments, popular devices and software tools.
Students and administrators say digital streaming platforms, referrals and college recruitment test tournaments have made organized video game competitions among the fastest-growing extracurriculars in Iowa.
A pivot to online tools over the past two years helped an Irving, Calif.-based company that allows entrepreneurs to build and sell educational content to increase its annual revenue by 250 percent.
Based on student interest and largely paid for by ESSER funds, the Pennsylvania district's new school will accommodate up to 1,000 students, potentially alleviating overcrowding at another school.
The New York City Department of Education's "A School Without Walls" program includes a hybrid option which blends in-person and remote learning, and a virtual option with daily synchronous lessons in STEM or humanities.
North Central Texas College this week hosted Go for IT!, a free, four-day camp to introduce middle schoolers to IT career possibilities in coding, 3-D printing, cybersecurity, drones and other fields.
With more students looking to fast-track technical job training programs to gain in-demand IT skills, states like Oregon and Colorado have placed more focus on workforce development programming.
The Boston-based startup accelerator has chosen five startups — four from the U.S. and one from Austria — for its 12-week Breakthrough to Scale program, and many of them propose tech solutions to workforce training.
As part of a plan to expand STEM instruction, a Pennsylvania school has hired a designated technology coordinator to design and implement programs, redesign curricula and advise the Technology Student Association.
The CyberPatriot Camp, hosted by Calhoun Community College's Decatur campus in Alabama, teaches regional high school students to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities in Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems.
The academy was established in 2009 by the Montana state Legislature to provide credit recovery and supplemental online courses, primarily for grades 5-12, in subjects that weren't offered in rural school districts.
The Wisconsin district's administrators gathered Monday with elected officials and other leaders of the solar installment project, which includes 292 roof panels to generate 20 percent of the school's energy needs.
Robeson Community College in North Carolina hosted middle and high school students last week in a camp that challenged them to correct security issues and change passwords and policies on user accounts.
A partnership between a Michigan-based STEM education center and Kellogg Community College is hosting hands-on tech classes at little to no cost for kids aged 8 to 18 throughout the summer.