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New Guide From Boxlight Helps Educators Select and Implement Whole-Class Interactive Technology
“A Helpful Guide to Interactive Solutions in the Classroom” helps readers make the right choice for classrooms, curriculum, teaching styles, and students.
Data Shows Schools Struggle To Modernize Classroom Practices
New School Of Hope Survey Shows More Than Half Of Schools Deemed Traditional By Their Teachers.
Gainesville, FL, January 11, 2017 – New survey findings from learning experience design firm MeTEOR Education indicate that very traditional, scripted approaches to schooling are holding back more than one-half of all US teachers and their students.
Georgia Center for Opportunity Thanks Sen. Hill for Leadership on Education Savings Accounts
ESA can be used for tuition and other educational fees
Atlanta, GA - The Georgia Center for Opportunity (GCO) would like to applaud State Senator Hunter Hill (R-Atlanta) for authoring and introducing Education Savings Account legislation, SB 68 last week during the legislative session. This bill will establish and fund an education savings account program (ESA) for all Georgia elementary and secondary school students.
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Southern Utah University Earns National Recognition as College of Distinction
National guide to colleges highlights innovative learning opportunities at top schools
CEDAR CITY, Utah — Innovative application of high impact educational practices at Southern Utah University earned the school recognition among the nation’s Colleges of Distinction. SUU is the only public university in Utah named with this prestigious designation.
New CRPE Report Shows District-Charter Cooperation Yielding Tangible Results For Families
Six-year study finds progress on discipline, special education, enrollment, but too often cities lack resolve and commitment to realize full benefits
Seattle, WA – In more than two dozen cities across America, public charter schools and traditional district schools are putting aside their ideological differences to share resources, ideas, strategies, and responsibilities to benefit students and families, according to a report released today by the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington Bothell.
The IDEA Center Launches SoundIDEA Podcast
Episode focuses on exploring difficult topics in the classroom
Manhattan, KS – - Helping students explore potentially volatile topics is a goal of education – but it’s not always easy. With the United States Presidential Inauguration on the world’s radar, the “Difficult Topics” podcast episode takes a hard look at inherently divisive topics in today’s current climate and explores how to not only manage, but use such discussions for improving learning.
Home Visit Training Part of STEM Teacher Prep for Success
National Science Foundation Funds $1.9 million for Unique Partnership
January 11, 2017
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