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Thousands of students filed into Wolff Municipal Stadium Monday morning to observe the long-awaited solar eclipse as part of a watch party hosted by the Witte Museum and DoSeum.
In a presentation Monday at the National School Boards Association conference in New Orleans, Lawrence Public Schools officials explained how building a private fiber network improved digital equity and saved money.
Science teachers in several Madison County, Ind., area districts have used resources from NASA, supplemental lesson plans, games and other methods to help their students appreciate and learn from the eclipse.
An experiment in teaching computer science at Winchester Public Schools, featured at the National School Boards Association conference on Sunday, showed the value of consistent, focused professional development.
In a presentation at the National School Boards Association Annual Conference on Sunday, educators from Snoqualmie Valley cautioned against a top-down approach and underscored the importance of community feedback.
STEM leaders from Steubenville, a low-income district in Ohio, told attendees at the National School Boards Association conference on Sunday how they established CTE programs for pilots and drone flying, without breaking the bank.
For schools facing a wave of new technology, student habits and teacher shortages, the Oklahoma State School Boards Association helped develop a free guide to creative teaching with digital tools.
Amid a growing body of research and lawsuits related to the subject, social media addiction was the focus of a presentation at the National School Boards Association conference this week, featuring a student with firsthand experience.
VR headsets and 3D printers help the Verizon Innovation Learning Lab create interest in STEM at the Dorothy Height Charter School. Educators and school leaders toured it during the National School Boards Association Annual Conference.
Houston Independent School District will roll out programs in career and technical education over four years, starting with entrepreneurship, networking systems, distribution and logistics, and health informatics.
Traverse City Area Public Schools in Michigan canceled classes Monday and Tuesday to test critical infrastructure after seeing a disruption to its network last week, with no indication that information was compromised.
While developing a manufacturing facility for EV batteries in Liberty, North Carolina, Toyota donated money through its charitable foundation to nearby school districts for programming in STEM and advanced manufacturing.
Officials at Quincy School District in Washington say phones have changed the dynamics of bullying by extending it beyond school hours, and most bullying incidents start on social media.
Another California school is investigating the creation and dissemination of inappropriate AI-generated images of students, following the expulsion of a handful of Beverly Hills eighth-graders earlier this year.
The NOTICE Coalition, on behalf 42 advocacy organizations representing various student groups, argued in a letter to the U.S. Department of Education that AI-powered security systems violate privacy and human rights.