Q&A game gets students talking about diversity honestly, responsibly
The theme this year is “TrustEd,” which focuses on building a trusted learning environment around data privacy and ensuring schools are safe, secure places for learning.
The new projects, "Building Bridges" and "Parachute Away," teach principals of physics, civil and mechanical engineering and are designed to help youth become excited about STEM and engineering careers.
Amazon today announced it will fund computer science courses in more than 1,000 high schools across all 50 states and the District of Columbia reaching tens of thousands of students from underprivileged, underrepresented, or underserved communities, through its Amazon Future Engineer program. Of the more than 1,000 high schools, more than 700 are classified as Title I schools. Amazon’s funding provides full-year courses designed to prepare students of all backgrounds to pursue a computer science education and career.
Through these two approvals, schools within the nation’s second-largest district can use these programs to guide teacher instruction.
As the number of English Learners continues to grow in schools across the United States, educators are optimistic about the academic potential of these students, but they still see room for improvement
Education technology company Matific today launched its second-annual Matific Math Games Challenge, a free, online math competition aimed at improving American students’ math skills and confidence in the classroom.
By screening short videos that provide a visual look at subjects ranging from science to art, teachers can reinforce concepts kids are learning in class.
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Stars of the Shows — a look at some buzzy favorites from the trade show floors.