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Kajeet Provides Off-Campus Internet to Forsyth County Students

Forsyth County Schools (FCS) and Kajeet® announced a new collaborative joint project. FCS extended its Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) program to offer students without off-campus Internet access the connectivity they need with the Kajeet SmartSpot™. Read More »

OR Adopts Edgenuity Middle School CCSS ELA Courses

Edgenuity announced that its middle school Common Core ELA courses have been adopted by the Oregon Department of Education. Edgenuity was one of only seven publishers adopted at grades 6-8. Reviewer comments included statements promoting the relevance and alignment of content. Read More »

Refurbished Means More Technology

Mac to School provides district administrators with options to get more high quality hardware, for less, in the hands of their students. In addition to selling refurbished computers, Mac to School also offers to purchase outdated Apple products from districts that are looking to upgrade or make room in their budget for new computers. Read More »

Net Texts Announces New Android App

In an effort to support all schools working to incorporate high quality open educational resources (OER) into their 1:1 implementations, Net Texts has released an upgraded version of its Android application. Net Texts is a free, web-based system that provides teachers access to a vast library of high quality OER content, which they can then combine with their own resources to create and publish lessons directly to student devices. Read More »

HMH, Kno Partner with Broward on 1:1 Digital Implementation

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) and Kno have partnered with Broward County Public Schools to support the District’s innovative Digital 5: Pathways to Personalized Learning (D5) initiative. The program expands the use of technology, digital devices and digital curriculum for 3,200 fifth grade students across 27 Broward County elementary schools. Read More »

Promethean Joins with KUNO to Provide Education Tablet Learning System

Promethean and KUNO™ announce a new education tablet learning system, the Promethean KUNO, available for schools in the U.S. Designed to put technology in the hands of every student and to meet the needs of K-12 schools, the new device combines rugged hardware, device management and student response software to bring digital learning to every classroom. Read More »

Technology Partnership Recognizes National Disability Month

In honor of National Disability Awareness Month, Atomic Learning along with assistive technology partners Crick Software and TextHELP are encouraging educators to take a pledge to provide accessible instruction to reach all learners. Read More »

Schoolwires® Redesigns CGCS Website

A newly designed website for the Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS) highlights important assets for districts, brings more visibility to social media tools for increased engagement, and improves the user experience on a wide range of devices. Read More »

1:1 Initiative Chooses Prey To Protect Every Device

As Pascack Valley Regional High School District enters the tenth year of its nationally recognized 1:1 eLearning initiative, they move forward with more confidence than ever as they won't be taking any risks with device safety and privacy. PVRHSD administrators have entrusted the security of their 1:1 devices to Prey anti-theft, privacy and security software. Read More »

WebWise Tutors and Advanced Academics Announce a Strategic Partnership

Advanced Academics, Inc. and WebWise Tutors, LLC, a premier provider of online tutoring services, are pleased to announce a strategic partnership aimed at offering school districts, administrators and students the best virtual educational experience in the market today. Read More »