Coverage of the movement away from physical textbooks and classrooms toward digital operations in K-12 schools and higher education. Examples include virtual classrooms and remote learning, educational apps, learning management systems, broadband and other digital infrastructure for schools, and the latest research on grading and teaching.
The tool, dubbed “GovScan,” allows policy analysts to scan large documents and data sets to research and find relevant information for policy proposals, cutting the hourslong process down to a matter of seconds.
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.
Discovery Education's Experience program will connect educators and students to a collection of digital lessons, intuitive quizzes, activity-creation tools and professional learning resources.
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 addition of SchoolNow marks the company’s sixth acquisition since October 2021, with a long-term goal of building an “all-in-one system” to communicate with families and reduce chronic student absenteeism.
Based on more than 100 responses to Gov. Ned Lamont's recommendation that schools limit student use of cellphones, Connecticut parents are broadly in agreement that the devices should be put away during class.
Colleges and universities are increasing investments in new supercomputer infrastructure for both research and classroom applications, especially in physics, astronomical sciences and communications.
With help from a community foundation grant, a middle school in Wisconsin purchased 30 pairs of virtual reality goggles to take students on virtual field trips to faraway places and times in history.
Pearland Independent School District has proposed a $105 million bond election in May for infrastructure and technology, including wireless access points equipment, network updates and new devices.