Technology Headlines RSS Feed

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 »

The Science of Speed

The Science of Speed is an engaging, challenging, and competitive CO2 dragster activity sure to get students excited as they design, build, and modify their cars while also learning about aerodynamics, thrust, drag, Newton's laws, and other concepts associated with math, science, physics, and engineering. Read More »

HMH Integrates with Award-Winning Osmo Platform

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced a new partnership with Osmo, creators of the award-winning platform that is revolutionizing the way children play and learn on the iPad. This partnership, the first of its kind for Osmo, will bring HMH’s market-leading math programs, learning content, and manipulatives to the new Osmo Numbers game, which utilizes Osmo’s Reflective Artificial Intelligence technology Read More »

Edmentum Expands Technology Assessment Item Types

Edmentum announced the release of 2,600 new technology-enhanced item types for the 2015-16 school year in math and ELA. Study Island's technology-enhanced item types are designed to promote higher-order thinking and inquiry to prepare students for more rigorous and interactive web-based exams. Read More »

Vidalia City Board of Education Opens Full-Time Online School for GA Students

Fuel Education™ announced that the Vidalia City Board of Education has launched an innovative program for students in grades K-12. The public, full-time online school, Vidalia Academy, offers students across the state of Georgia the opportunity to learn in a flexible educational model that is tailored to each student's needs. Read More »

GA Districts Innovate with SAFARI Montage

Over half a million students in 20 Georgia school districts are now receiving digital instruction on the SAFARI Montage platform. Fulton County Schools just began their second year of rolling out the Learning Object Repository, Video Streaming Library and IPTV solutions, and will be introducing the Digital Learning Platform shortly to teachers and students. Read More »