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Boxlight Expands Offerings with Addition of Moovly Video Content Creation Solution

Lawrenceville, GA — (Nov 20, 2019) – Based on growing demand for multimedia products in the education sector, Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL) (“Boxlight”) today announced it has entered into an exclusive global reseller partnership agreement with Moovly Media Inc. (TSX VENTURE: MVY) (OTC: MVVYF) (FRANKFURT: 0PV2) (“Moovly”).

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Adolescent Literacy Model Included in Learner Variability Project’s Navigator
Whole child movement gains new momentum with this evidence-based web app

November, 6, 2019 | ​ Washington, D.C. ​  –  ​        Digital Promise Global has added an adolescent​ literacy learner model to its free and open-source web app, the Learner Variability Navigator (LVN). Learner models for reading and literacy now extend from PreK-12, with math models from  PreK-grade 9.

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The Virtual High School Commits to Expand Access to CS Education at CSforALL Summit
VHS expands commitment to computer science education, participating in CSforALL for the fourth consecutive year

Boston – Oct. 28, 2019 – The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.) has participated for a fourth year in the CSforALL Summit, held October 21-23 at the University of Utah. VHS Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator for Computer Science, Jeremy Woodward, has represented VHS at the summit.

“What spoke to me the most was the amazing amount of dedication to reducing the Digital Divide in our communities,” said Woodward. “In every panel, there was a strong focus to turn students from content consumers into content creators.”

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Ed Trust–NY findings on college readiness gap shine light on need for greater use of ‘to and through’ data, equitable access to strong high school preparation for college, careers, and active citizenship
New data tool shows college persistence and completion outcomes for many New York high school graduates

CONTACT: Tiffany Lankes, Communications Director

NEW YORK – The Education Trust–New York today launched its To & Through interactive tool, allowing users for the first time to explore data that offer a window into how well New York State’s public high schools are preparing many of their students who are low-income for success in college.

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New Book Offers Solutions for America’s Current Educational Crisis
The rate of teacher attrition may soon leave America’s classrooms without enough teachers or school administrators.

Albuquerque, NM — Forty-four percent of classroom teachers are leaving the educational field within five years. They are leaving almost as quickly as Colleges of Education are graduating them. The professional life expectancy of school administrators is three years, except in inner-cities, in low-performing, minority or rural schools – where it is 18 months.

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Gaggle Webinar Alert – Addressing the Crisis in Adolescent Mental Health

WHAT: No-cost webinar for K-12 educators

  • Dr. Lisa Strohman, Psychologist, Attorney, Author, and Mother
  • Kathleen Tuck, Director of Communications/Community Relations, Nampa (ID) School District
  • Dr. Melissa Williams-Scott, Executive Director of Information Systems, Dickinson (TX) ISD
  • Hosted by Annie Galvin Teich, Writer, Editor, and K-12 Market Specialist

WHEN: Thursday, October 10 at 6 p.m. EST

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Boxlight Launches Fall 2019 Webinar Series for Educators
Sessions to Focus on Robotics, Critical Thinking with Tech and Project-Based Learning

Lawrenceville, GA – September 12, 2019 – Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL) (“Boxlight”) today announced the schedule for its 2019 fall webinar series entitled: “Transforming Learning in the Classroom.” Five free webinars will be offered covering three topics that will include using robotics to prepare students for college and careers, utilizing technology to promote critical thinking and the fundamentals for project-based learning.

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Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship

Sept. 10, 2019

Education Week is accepting applications for the Gregory M. Chronister Journalism Fellowship, which is awarded annually to an enterprising journalist in support of a reporting project that illuminates a significant issue in pre-K-12 education.