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Wonder Workshop Debuts New Robotics Coding Language

Wonder Workshop launched ‘Wonder’, a coding language designed uniquely for kids, available through the same-named Wonder app for iOS. Designed to code the way we think, Wonder is used with the award-winning real robots, Dash and Dot, making robotics a delightful experience for every child Read More »

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Unveils HMH Marketplace

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) today announced HMH Marketplace — an online destination for educators to discover, share and sell resources that enhance the teaching and learning experience. Launching in early 2016, the beta version of HMH Marketplace will feature applications created by edtech developers and start-ups, as well as original content made by teachers for teachers, such as lesson plans and instructional materials. Read More »

Nepris Releases New Social Features

The newest set of features allows companies and industry groups to proactively reach out to teachers so they can introduce students to career opportunities and bring real-world relevance to STEM. Industry experts and working professionals from companies, associations and research institutions can now "offer sessions" on topics of their choice and - with Nepris' new social features - interact more with educators. Read More »

Wonder Workshop Partners with Sunburst Digital

Sunburst and Wonder Workshop have partnered to release three solutions for K-12: Wonder Pilot, Wonder Class 24, and Wonder Class 30. The Wonder Pilot program provides K-5 classrooms with (3) sets of "Dash & Dot" robots, the software apps and a Wonder Teacher Kit, including the curriculum and necessary accessories suitable for small group instruction. Wonder Workshop recommends a ratio of one robot set for every three pupils. Read More »

littleBits™ Announces littleBits Education

littleBits Education is a line of products for education that spans the spectrum of integration from a single teacher engaging in online professional development to a district-wide 1:1 program. This fall, Marymount School of New York is the first to launch a 1:1 program, providing students with their own portable invention Kits. Read More »

AL Districts Choosing Odysseyware To Meet Online Course Mandate

In response to a bill recently passed by the Alabama State Legislature that requires each of its districts to provide virtual courses for high school students by the 2016-2017 school year, Alabama districts are choosing Odysseyware, a leading provider of online curriculum for 21st Century learners, to meet the new requirements. Read More »

San Francisco USD Selects eCivis for Comprehensive Grant Management System

eCivis was selected by the San Francisco Unified School District to centralize its grant activities, which includes integration with the District’s ERP system, PeopleSoft. In doing so, eCivis will create an end-to-end grant management system to support the District’s needs and simplify its grant process. Read More »

Carnegie Speech Partners with Sunburst Digital

Founded with commercialized technologies from Carnegie Mellon University and the Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Speech provides oral English language learning solutions to top graduate schools. Sunburst and Carnegie Speech have released two new solutions for K12: Carnegie ESL and Carnegie ESP. Read More »

Introducing Muzzy Lane Author

Muzzy Lane Software today announced the release of Muzzy Lane Author, a growing suite of tools for authoring dynamic game-based content. Designed to be mobile first, Muzzy Lane Author puts the ability to create and maintain content directly into the hands of experts who know their subjects best. Read More »

ClassLink Announces OneRoster Availability

ClassLink now offers two editions of its platform, Free and Enterprise, giving schools a new way to explore, adopt, and grow with the technology. Additionally, ClassLink has introduced OneRoster into its platform for both editions, integrating education technology’s most effective and secure way to deliver data across a school district’s entire digital ecosystem. Read More »