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InfoSnap and WSIPC Expand Partnership

Infosnap, Inc. announced the expansion of their partnership with WSIPC. More than 280 schools and districts are WSIPC members across the western states. In addition to offering its customized online enrollment and registration solutions to WSIPC members, the expanded partnership will include school choice, lottery, and open enrollment solutions. Read More »

Performance Matters Partners with Key Data Systems

To provide the timely data teachers need to move all learners forward, Performance Matters™ is partnering with Key Data Systems (KDS) to offer new Common Core items and assessments as part of the Unify™ next generation assessment platform. Unify is the first social platform designed for educators anywhere to collaboratively develop, administer, and share assessments aligned to all standards, including the Common Core, state, and course-specific standards. Read More »

Dr. Seuss eBooks Now Available for Public and School Library Lending

OverDrive announced today that the best-selling children's book series by Dr. Seuss is now available for libraries and schools in the U.S. and Canada. Forty titles in open industry standard EPUB3 digital format showcase beautifully displayed fixed-layout spreads and illustrations as seen in print versions. Read More »

Verso Educational App Adopted by Texas K-12 District

Denton Independent School District has adopted the Verso app, which activates learning using authentic student voice as a driver for deeper, personalized learning. With the Verso app, which works on any device, students are asked to submit their own independent responses to challenges (designed by their teacher) before gaining access to their peers' responses. Read More »

Kickboard Releases Parent Student Portal

Kickboard announces the newest addition to its instructional management solution, the Parent Student Portal. By offering families easy access to reports of student behavior and progress on learning objectives, teachers can establish ongoing communication and help parents take a greater role in their child’s education. Read More »

SIIA Releases First Behind the Data Report on the U.S. PreK-12 Testing and Assessment Market

The Education Division of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) released the first report in a new series of Behind the Data publications. This report is an extension of SIIA’s annual vendor survey reports on the PreK-12 U.S. Education Technology Market, which contain vital data for companies and the education community at large. Read More »

SoftIntegration Releases C/C++ for Learning Coding,

SoftIntegration, Inc.announced the availability of Ch 7.5.1 and Embedded Ch 7.5.1. Ch is an embeddable cross-platform scripting engine and can be embedded in other applications for scripting. Ch version 7.5.1 is a major release with many new features to make Ch especially appealing for beginners in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, as well as colleges to learn coding, math, and robotics. Read More »

Schoolwires Selected To Create Future Ready Schools Website

Schoolwires, Inc. will design, develop, and host the Future Ready Schools website where all district leaders nationwide are being invited to pledge their commitment to work with educators, families, and community members to make all of their schools Future Ready. The site is also the resource hub to encourage and support district leaders as they transition their districts to personalized, digital learning. Read More »

NEC Display's New Ultra-Short-Throw Projectors

NEC Display Solutions of America announced today the UM351W and UM361X ultra-short-throw projectors. The units enrich the classroom learning experience while improving the ability of business professionals to collaborate on projects and to meet the increasing challenges of a digital, mobile economy. Read More »

EasyBib Makes Its API Openly Available

As a way to save third parties from the work of developing and maintaining accurate and updated citation formatting, EasyBib is now making their application programming interface (API) openly available. Those who take advantage of this new service will now be able to easily generate citations, and export them to EasyBib. Read More »