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McAllen Independent School District (MISD) in McAllen, Texas, is implementing myON to provide students with 24/7 access to over 7,000 books.
Last year, a diverse population of students used Lexia Reading Core5 at six schools, including students working below, at, or above grade level, English Language Learners, and students with learning disabilities.
Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS), the largest school system in Alabama, today announced an expansion of its partnership with Discovery Education, provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms nationwide.
NoTouch saved the district $136,000, or 85 percent of the cost of new thin clients.
Naiku, provider of classroom assessment software, announced today that the Putnam County School System has chosen Naiku’s next-gen assessment software for district-wide implementation.
Odysseyware has officially been approved for Georgia’s textbook replacement program.
Nebraska's Northwest Public School District, with 1,500 K-12 students, has begun implementing daily use of over 800 Chromebooks.
The Lowndes County School District announced today that it has implemented a new mobile emergency response solution to promote school safety.
Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School (PPMH) and Verite Educational Systems announced today that PPMH is the first school in the nation to adopt NetRef
A recent Gartner report revealed that 20 percent of all enterprise BYOD programs will fail by 2016 because of mobile device management (MDM) measures that are too restrictive.
The North Carolina State Board of Education recommends instructional material by Triumph Learning, producer of K-12 texts and interactive digital tools.
CALMAC® today announces the use of its ice-based energy storage tanks at Sarasota County School District’s Oak Park School, located in South Florida.
Lee County Middle School math teachers wanted to increase math proficiency scores on the end-of-grade Kentucky Performance Rating for Education Progress (K-PREP).
Nodaway Valley CSD is implementing Awareity’s TIPS (Threat assessment, Incident management & Prevention Services) prevention platform to help improve school communications, raise awareness and improve student safety.
After a recent override election for funding was not passed, Sunnyside Unified School District officials faced a difficult decision last school year.