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GoTouch Turns Any Screen into Interactive Whiteboard

GoTouch is a portable, easy-to-use device that instantly turns any TV or projector into a giant interactive touchscreen whiteboard you can write or draw on. With a few simple steps, GoTouch pens let teams scribble to their hearts' content—brainstorming, improving on concepts, sharing sparks of inspiration, annotating, and delivering dynamic presentations that bring ideas to life. Read More »

Bloomz Offers Class Messenger Users a One-Click Transition

Class Messenger announced that it would permanently shut down its service on December 23, leaving thousands of users without a communication tool for their classroom right before the holiday break. Bloomz has stepped up to offer an easy way for teachers and parents who had been using Class Messenger to keep in touch without missing a step. Read More »

Epson Introduces Projector with Ultra-Long Lamp Life

Epson announced the PowerLite® 975W projector - Epson's first classroom projector to offer up to a 10,000-hour lamp life in Bright Mode1. Featuring 3,600 lumens of color brightness and 3,600 lumens of white brightness2 and WXGA resolution, the new projector delivers vivid, widescreen images, even in well-lit classrooms. Read More »

LA District Taps E-rate, Funds For Learning to Create 1:1 Infrastructure

When Lafayette Parish School System (LPSS) embarked upon an ambitious 1:1 device initiative, the district turned to E-rate experts at Funds For Learning to guide administrators through the funding process. LPSS used the subsequent funding to develop a district-wide infrastructure capable of supporting more than 30,000 end users. Read More »

Sprint Announces 1Million Project Pilot Participants

Approximately 4,000 students in 11 cities across the country will be the first to receive a free mobile device and free high-speed wireless internet connectivity through Sprint (NYSE:S) and the Sprint Foundation’s 1Million Project pilot program. Upon successful completion of the pilot program, which begins in January 2017, schools will also be invited to join the multiyear initiative through its entirety when it rolls out nationwide rollout for the 2017-2018 school year. Read More »

VHS Introduces Two New Judaic Studies Courses

The Virtual High School's Online Judaic Studies Consortium (OJSC) is offering two new courses for the spring 2017 semester. One is A Look at Contemporary Israel through the Eyes of Tanakh, developed and taught by Rabbi Jeffrey Schrager. The other is Responsibility and Restitution: Perek HaChovel, Read More »

ID District Chooses Technology from PASCO Scientific

Recognizing that a sound grounding in science strengthens many of the skills students need and use every day, Coeur d’Alene Public Schools (CDPS) recently established a new, comprehensive science philosophy to foster scientific literacy. To help facilitate this new approach, CDPS has begun using lab- and inquiry-based solutions from PASCO® Scientific in all grade 6-8 science classes. Read More »

Discovery Adds New ViR Experiences and Digital Content

Discovery Education announced today the addition of three new virtual reality experiences and more than 350 other digital assets to its award winning Discovery Education Streaming Plus and Techbook™ services. This new content further empowers educators to create dynamic digital learning environments that support the success of all learners. Read More »

The New York Academy of Sciences' New STEM Education Certification Program

The Global STEM Alliance (GSA) STEM Education Framework is based on the latest learning science and education research The GSA STEM Certification Program certifyies materials that align to the GSA STEM Education Framework. Any curriculum, set of instructional materials, educational program, or product intended for formal or informal STEM learning may be reviewed, Read More »

Salsify Launches STEM Program in Boston Public Schools

Salsify today launched a STEM education program to help increase diversity and ensure a strong pipeline of local STEM workers from underserved schools in Boston. The local tech company is dedicated to offering early exposure in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math in order to help shape tomorrow's technology leaders and work toward closing the ever-growing skills gap in these fields. Read More »