Penn State grad develops snow plow optimization tool
The university says it plans to use the software this year as it forms snow removal plans.
Most educational software licenses go unused in K-12 districts
Just 30 percent of software licenses purchased by K-12 school districts were used by students, according to a recent academic study.
Custom platform helps Colorado students 'Navigate' college careers
The tool developed by the Colorado Community College System will soon be available for students on all 13 of its campuses.
GitHub announces new workforce-minded education bundle for schools
GitHub looks to give students and teachers free access to tools used by professionals in the computer science field.
SMART board's creators switch gears to push edtech software and interactive panels
As researchers predict slowing demand for interactive white boards, SMART Technologies is focusing on imbedding newest hardware and software technology into the entire learning process.
School districts getting ripped off with expensive edtech, new report finds
The Technology for Education Consortium, a nonprofit, reports that school districts are getting overcharged by at least billion on hardware and software each year.