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by Ryan Johnston • 1 week ago

Emails from "Diane Evergreen" are offering students a chance to see what their prospective colleges think of them, for the price of just $3,890.

by Ryan Johnston • 2 weeks ago

A grassroots coding workshop in South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska is giving girls and their teachers a new resource for building technology skills.

by Betsy Foresman • 2 weeks ago

Educators from across the country gathered in Washington to meet with representatives on issues like Title II, Title IV and E-rate.

by Wyatt Kash • 2 weeks ago

University leaders at SXSW EDU 2019 say they're now able to spot anomalies and intervene to help struggling students sooner.

by Betsy Foresman • 2 weeks ago

A new report makes the claim that the funding policy landscape is decades behind modern learning environments.

by Betsy Foresman • 3 weeks ago

Columbia State Community College's networks and devices were forced offline after an employee opened a malicious email earlier this month.

by Ryan Johnston • 3 weeks ago

Through partnership with IBM, administrators say they're training students in a technology that will soon become a valuable skill for employers.

by Betsy Foresman • 3 weeks ago

Playing a custom-built video game was shown to significantly improve test scores in introductory calculus classes.

by Andrew Geant • 3 weeks ago

Commentary: Andrew Geant, co-founder and CEO of online tutoring company Wyzant, shows how technology can help schools support students proactively.

by Ryan Johnston • 4 weeks ago

The era of traditional textbooks and their high costs is coming to a close, says OpenStax' David Harris.

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