Advanced geospatial technology from higher ed comes to Chicago Public Schools
A yearlong program called the Geospatial Semester, launched at James Madison University in Virginia, expands to one of the nation's biggest K-12 districts.
Florida school 'eliminates' classroom walls with interactive projectors
Tampa Preparatory School has seen increased student engagement using dual interactive projectors.
Exclusive: Former Education Dept. advisor brings OER skills to Mass. school
Andrew Marcinek, who led the Open Educational Resources movement at the Department of Education, will put his experience into practice as CIO at Worcester Academy.
FETC announces 2017 Advisory Board
The Future of Education Technology Conference, which recently held its annual gathering in January, announced top national tech leaders to serve on its new board.
Geek Squad for schools set for national rollout
Best Buy program piloted at Edina Public Schools aims to help close gap for understaffed school tech departments.
10 tips for winning school technology grants
Sheryl Abshire, CTO of Calcasieu Parish Public Schools in Lake Charles, Louisiana, said school leaders need to be "gamblers" when it comes to writing – and getting – grants.
Office of EdTech promotes top projects at FETC
Joseph South, acting director of the Office of Educational Technology in the Department of Education, talked to EdScoop about his priorities for the Obama administration's last year.
Innovative gadgets, apps capture attention at FETC
Education tech specialists highlight their favorite products at the Future of Educational Technology Conference.
Founder of Girls Who Code shares secrets to success
The 40-year-old entrepreneur may not be a coding expert – but the self-described feminist says she is passionate about helping women move up in their careers and find opportunities in tech fields.
Speakers and trends to watch at FETC
The Future of Education Technology Conference will bring together tech directors, administrators, startups and government officials. Here's our round-up of what you should look out for.