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Schoology's Increased Google Drive Integration

Schoology, the leader in learning management systems (LMS) for education, today announced major enhancements to its integration with Google Drive. The updates will allow students and educators to more easily use Google Drive while working inside of Schoology to manage grades, assignments and student submissions. Read More »

Kyte Learning, Sunburst Digital Deliver 24/7 Ed-Tech Training

Kyte Learning's fresh approach to training ensures there are no more disengaged teachers and administrators left in the dark. Kyte offers a 24/7 mobile/online solution to make all of today's most indispensable instructional technology applications like the full Google™ Suite, Periscope™, coding applications, Kahoot™ and more easy to learn. Hundreds of titles are currently available. Read More »

First Fully Interactive Coding Studio for Kids

Codeverse is the world's first hackable classroom and vertically integrated technology platform designed to teach children ages 6 to 12 the vital skill of coding. The company's kid-friendly programming language, KidScript, and flagship state-of-the-art coding studio bring technology to life, giving children a 3600 square foot interactive and collaborative space that inspires creativity while teaching them how to code projects, games and apps. Read More »

Lightspeed Systems Upgrades Web Filter

Ed-tech solution provider Lightspeed Systems has announced the release of Web Filter 3: Longhorn, a new version of the market leader for content filtering in schools. The upgrade offers new features to ease user identification, activity reporting and safe web browsing as well as hundreds of other enhancements. Lightspeed Systems Web Filter 3: Longhorn was designed specifically for use in K-12 schools Read More »

Achieve3000 Sponsors PLC on Differentiating Instruction

edWeb.net is announcing Achieve3000, the leader in online differentiated instruction, as the sponsor of the free Differentiating Instruction with Educational Technology professional learning community (PLC) on edWeb. The edWeb PLC helps educators improve student learning by providing a free platform to collaborate on ideas for using technology to differentiate instruction and boost students' readiness for college and career. Read More »

Learning Resources Partners To Show That Science Is Cool

Kids across the country are getting a hands-on science lesson thanks to a new partnership between Chicago-based toy manufacturer Learning Resources®, various YMCA after school programs and real-life scientists. Learning Resources is gifting participating YMCA programs with a set of new STEM toys,... Read More »

Impero Software's Partner, SafeBAE, Launches 'Quit This Shit' Campaign

To call attention to Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the co-founders of SafeBAE, who are also the subjects of the Netflix Documentary Audrie & Daisy, will launch Quit This Shit, a new campaign to raise awareness about, and put an end to, the online harassment and re-victimization of teen sexual-assault survivors. As a partner, Impero supports SafeBAE and its efforts to keep teens and all students safe online. Read More »

Vernier Provides STEM Educators with Resources for Great American Eclipse

On August 21, 2017, individuals across the United States will have the opportunity to experience a total solar eclipse for the first time in 38 years. To help science and STEM educators use the Great American Eclipse as a learning experience, Vernier Software & Technology is providing resources and tips for viewing the eclipse, and they are encouraging educators to share data collected during the event. Read More »

2017 CS Fair To Host 2,000 NYC Public High School Students

More than 2,000 New York City public high school students representing the five boroughs and currently studying computer science (CS) will get a firsthand look into some of the most cutting-edge CS careers at the 2017 NYC Computer Science Opportunity Fair, affording students from 65 schools the opportunity to experience hands-on activities, demos and exhibits aimed at demystifying computer science careers and pathways to pursue them, particularly for students traditionally underserved in computer science. Read More »

The Virtual High School Expands Summer School Program

The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a non-profit empowering schools with the industry's best online and blended learning programs, is offering three new summer courses. Registration for the new courses, one featuring hands-on chemistry experiments, one exploring classical methods of secret code writing and the third centered around designing a home solar power system, is currently open. Read More »