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What Teen Vaccines Mean for School Reopenings

May 5, 2021

Anyone with a 12-to-15-year-old in their life got encouraging news this week when our colleagues reported that the Food and Drug Administration is set to authorize the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for use in this age group by early next week. On […]


How to choose a STEM platform to support hybrid learning

April 28, 2021

If ever there was a time that underscored the need for strong STEM education, it’s now. Our students—the future scientists, engineers, and world leaders—need skills that only STEM can provide. To best cultivate these young minds, our teachers need equitable […]


No Vaccine Mandates for Mass. Community Colleges

April 22, 2021

Fifteen community college presidents, members of the Massachusetts Association of Community Colleges, announced that their institutions have no plans to require students or employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. “It is essential that we meet the needs of all […]


Education Tech

How cloud adoption is changing public school education

May 7, 2021

Via: eSchool News

As the past year has shown, cloud computing has proved a vital service for K – 12 public schools. It’s enabled online learning during a time of critical need, and the schools who have embraced cloud adoption have thrived and […]


Education Tech

How text and voice apps are changing student engagement

May 7, 2021

Via: eCampus News

The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in some major changes for educators across the globe. Classes became virtual, as did most everything else, and administrators, teachers, and students alike received a crash course on the finer points of digital learning technology. As […]


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Want to weigh in on Title IX? Ed Dept will hear comments in June

May 6, 2021

Via: Education Dive

The regulation issued under former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos created a tribunal system for judging reports of sexual assault. Most controversially, schools must allow both parties to cross-examine the other through a surrogate, which critics said could retraumatize survivors. It […]


Educational Forms, Informal learning

Don’t Ban Virtual School. Improve It.

May 6, 2021

Via: Education Next

Amid a nationwide push to get students back in school, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has said that school districts in his state won’t be allowed to offer virtual learning next year—even for parents who want that option. At the […]