Darlene Aderoju

Higher Education

Michigan aims to spur economy through student cyber competition

by Darlene Aderoju • 2 years ago

The state is joining the nationwide effort to get kids involved in computer science and cybersecurity through a high school competition.

K-12

Virtual schools need to serve students with disabilities – Education officials

by Darlene Aderoju • 2 years ago

The Education Department released a letter to states addressing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act to protect kids with disabilities in virtual schools.

K-12

Virtual education is paving the way for freelance teachers

by Darlene Aderoju • 2 years ago

The freelance education industry is growing as more schools go virtual, according to FlexJobs.

K-12

'Homework gap' narrowing for one Nebraska school district

by Darlene Aderoju • 2 years ago

Students at Lincoln Public Schools will soon be able to work on the internet during extended school library hours to complete their homework.

K-12

Tennessee school district rolls out new parent alert system

by Darlene Aderoju • 2 years ago

A school district has announced plans to create an app to notify parents of school closings and other emergencies.

K-12

Majority of schools not using edtech effectively – report

by Darlene Aderoju • 2 years ago

A new study reveals that most schools are not allowing students to engage with technology to solve problems or analyze information.

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