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Clear Creek Independent School District (CCISD) in Texas will deploy 30,000 Dell Latitude 10 tablets running Microsoft Windows 8 throughout its 43 schools
The Energy Alternatives Division of Cupertino Electric, Inc today announced the completion of the first phase of a parking lot canopy and playground shade structure-based solar system for Clovis Unified School District
Adams County District 50, one of Colorado's largest school districts, has used a variety of methods to track school records including electronic files, paper and microfilm in its multiple administrative departments.
Promethean, in partnership with the Cobb School Foundation, has announced the donation of an ActivTable to Bryant Elementary School.
Beacon Academy in Maple Grove and Yinghua Academy in Minneapolis are the latest Minnesota public charter schools to select the technology-based reading skills program Lexia Reading®.
Students in math and science classes at the Amarillo Area Center for Advanced Learning will be shelving their textbooks and turning to Net Texts as part of a pilot program to reduce expenses and incorporate open educational resources (OER).
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's (HMH) Common Core aligned mathematics program, GO Math!, has been selected by the New York City Department of Education as a recommended curriculum for grades K-5.
Killeen Independent School District (ISD), whose more than 6,100 staff members serve approximately 42,000 students, is expanding its relationship with ASCD to meet its professional development goals.
San Antonio Independent School District has deployed Dell Latitude 10 tablets running Microsoft Windows 8 across 33 of its 90 campus libraries in the first phase of the district’s literacy initiative
BoomWriter Media, Inc today announces that the Boston Public Schools and Chicago Public Schools will adopt its content creation, collaboration and delivery platform, and that Chicago-based CareerBuilder will sponsor the Chicago district’s adoption.
In the last hundred years students have gone from attending one-room schoolhouses with handheld slates, to classrooms with handheld devices of a more high-tech sort.
School Improvement Network today announced the release of a new case study detailing how a large, urban elementary school in Utah closed the achievement gap with minority students and increased reading proficiency among ELL students with help from the Educator Effectiveness System.
The Colorado Department of Education has named Lexia Reading Core5™ as an approved instructional program, eligible for inclusion in grant applications under the Colorado READ Act.
When Principal Lavanta Williams first came to Ridgegate Elementary School in Fort Bend, Texas, the school was considered “low performing” in math and reading proficiency and had failed to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) targets for both subjects.
The Virginia Department of Education now offers SAS® analytic software and Interactive Achievement (IA) to help school districts better assess and measure student growth.