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Schoolfy has launched a unique lesson-sharing website to help improve education worldwide. A boundary crosser, is friendly with social media, email and commercial educational platforms. Essentially Schoolfy gives teachers the power to create “knowledge capsules” within a few minutes. Read More »

FSBIT Partners with Scenario Learning

Scenario Learning and the Florida School Boards Insurance Trust (FSBIT) announce a partnership bringing the SafeSchools Online Staff Training System to FSBIT member districts, free of charge. The agreement supports school administrators, who are continually challenged to develop new strategies that safeguard their students, staff and assets. Read More » and Triumph Learning Partner for PLC

Triumph Learning is partnering with, a professional learning and social network for the education community, to present a free professional learning community, Assessment for Learning. The goal of this professional learning community is to provide ideas and resources for teachers to help them with instruction and formative assessment. Read More »

Copia Customizes Platform for UT Districts

Copia Interactive is partnering with Utah's State Office of Education to digitally deliver a statewide Open Educational Resources (OER) program focused on state-created science content. The OER program, which already includes standard-aligned science content for grades 3-12, is designed to promote engagement and satisfy the unique instructional needs of Utah students and educators. Read More »

Belvoir Christian Academy Chooses Fuel Education

Belvoir Christian Academy today announced that it is partnering with personalized learning solutions provider Fuel Education™ to implement a new blended middle school program beginning this fall. Using Fuel Education's new mobile, standards-aligned middle school curriculum to replace textbooks, Read More »

Apex Learning Among Top Providers in California

The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN), a statewide education technology service of the California Department of Education, recently published the results of its 2014 e-Learning Survey. The census is administered to better understand how virtual and blended learning are evolving in California. Apex Learning was once again listed as one of the top providers of digital curriculum for the State of California. Read More »

Accelerate Learning Launches

To provide preK-12 districts with easy access to STEM resources for experienced and novice science teachers alike, Accelerate Learning today announces the launch of a free professional development site, STEMcoach.comTM. Read More »

Pearson, Microsoft Collaborate on "Fascination First"

Pearson announced a groundbreaking new learning initiative, “Fascination First” in collaboration with Microsoft Corp. The program puts a complete K-12 learning system in teachers’ and students’ hands, allowing them to realize the potential of technology to transform educational outcomes. Read More »

Vernier Offers Its First Digital Microscope for Use with Mobile Devices

Vernier Software & Technology is now offering its first microscope for use with mobile devices in science education with the ProScope Micro Mobile Microscope. Appropriate for use across various science disciplines and designed for all grade levels, the ProScope Micro Mobile is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iPad mini, and Galaxy S4 devices. Read More »

Apple Updates iTunes U

Apple® announced updates to iTunes U®, bringing educators and students great new tools to build and experience educational content on iPad®. Beginning July 8, teachers using the free iTunes U app can create, edit and manage entire courses directly on iPad for the first time, and students will discover new ways to collaborate including the ability to start class discussions and ask questions right from their iPad. Read More »