U.S. Department of Education Shares Insights and Recommendations for Artificial Intelligence

May 24, 2023

Category: Education Tech

Today, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology (OET) released a new report, “Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Future of Teaching and Learning: Insights and Recommendations” that summarizes the opportunities and risks for AI in teaching, learning, research, […]

How a middle school teacher grew students’ math scores despite pandemic challenges

April 19, 2023

As a senior at Indianapolis’ Ben Davis High School, Jacob Gregory enrolled in an Exploratory Teaching program. He thought of it as an easy way to leave school for a few hours, but it ended up sparking “an unknown interest […]

Schools should partner with family farms to provide nutrition and education

April 11, 2023

Category: News

California residents know that winter brings plentiful bright-flavored citrus fruits. These fruit trees have been part of Southern California’s landscape since 1871 when they were first planted in the Inland Empire, and are an enduring symbol of the Golden State. […]

Educational Stages, Secondary Education

Designing a Modern K-12 Classroom: A Conversation with K-12 IT and Instruction Leaders

May 22, 2023

Via: EdTech Magazine

Irving Independent School District is no stranger to digital innovation. Nestled between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, the district of 32,000 students has spent more than 20 years integrating technology into the classroom. It was one of the first districts […]


Housing Could Become a Crucial Issue for Teachers in 2023

May 21, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

There is no question that inflation and other current economic issues are now impacting most Americans, and teachers are no exception. In fact, the current financial difficulties teachers face may be contributing to the teacher shortages in the US. Additionally, […]

Educational Forms, Informal learning

5 long-term benefits of our online literacy programs

May 19, 2023

Via: eSchool News

When we started using a new literacy program 10 years ago, our reading scores were mediocre. Within a few years we had moved up to being a Level 1+ school, which is one of the highest rankings for Chicago Public […]