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K-12

Stories that feature technology-related projects, initiatives or curriculums in K-12 schools in the United States.

Ahlan Simsim, the largest-ever humanitarian intervention specifically intended for small children’s development, found that 100 percent remote learning can help young children in crisis situations.
A technology teacher from Penn Manor High School will lead the 1,500-member International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, which communicates the importance of technology education to policy makers.
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.
Bay Area school districts are following Pittsburg’s lead as they slowly transition their bus fleets to a greener mode of transportation, so far including Milpitas, Berkeley, Fremont, Hayward, Palo Alto and Redwood City.
A Missouri school district northwest of St. Louis moved to remote learning on Tuesday and Wednesday after unexpected activity disrupted the district's network. The district is without Internet for the rest of the week.
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 ninth annual event will feature close to 90 booths this year, including virtual-reality headsets, a hydroponic garden, interactive exhibits and experiments in STEM fields.
Teachers at Clark and Champaign County schools in Ohio are gaining confidence and understanding about artificial intelligence through attending presentations and implementing it in their classrooms.
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.