ISTE releases first-ever multi-disciplinary K-12 STEM guidelines
The competencies are intended to give all K-12 teachers, regardless of subject, a base for instructing computer science.
Responding to heavy demand, ISTE expands technology training program for teachers
The International Society for Technology in Education aspires to train 1,000 K-12 educators with critical technology skills by the end of the year.
Meet the nonprofit easing the transition from campus to capital for civic-minded graduates
Govern for America has a network of over 60 recruiting partners in government and higher education for its first class of fellows.
As ISTE sees record-breaking year, it plans to expand conference series
Specialized events throughout the year will focus on computer science, soft skills and digital leadership, ISTE CEO Richard Culatta said.
ISTE announces new edtech evaluation platform for educators
The tool, powered by LearnPlatform, will allow ISTE members and other educators to share their experiences with over 5,000 types of edtech.
ISTE's updated computer science standards will reflect a 'new era' of the discipline
Educators and edtech specialists are encouraged to provide feedback on the draft of computer science standards until July.
Education technology fares well in federal spending bill
The Student Support and Academic Enrichment Program gets .1 billion, bucking the recommendations of the Trump administration.
Why technology is at a tipping point in U.S. schools
ISTE chief Richard Culatta and N.Y. Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia address lingering concerns about edtech at SXSW EDU.
Edtech advocates denounce White House's 2019 budget proposal
Leaders from ISTE, CoSN and other edtech associations expressed their discontent with Trump's proposal almost immediately.
‘State of the State’ speeches underscore focus on computer science education
Governors used the platform to announce new initiatives and reaffirm progress made in 2017