A startup has launched a free web-based platform, Legends of Learning, that allows teachers to create playlists of educational games -- similar to how Spotify works for music. The games, already vetted by educators, are tied to educational standards.
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Microsoft unveiled its #MakeWhatsNext campaign earlier this month, which focuses on supporting science, technology, engineering and math education among girls. The company's DigiGirlz program also organizes a one-day coding event where girls meet women who already are working in related fields.
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President Donald Trump signed two bills Monday overturning education regulations. One measure overturned regulations about how states should comply with the Every Student Succeeds Act and the other rolled back a requirement for states to give annual ratings to teacher-preparation programs.
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In this blog post, fifth-grade teacher Amy Crisp shares five ways she uses her school's adaptive-learning platform, Dreambox Learning. Among them are encouraging students to think independently and setting weekly goals.
Apple has unveiled plans for a lower-priced 9.7-inch iPad, a move seen as an attempt to compete with Google's Chromebook. The new model will be released to schools for $299, a comparable price to the Chromebook.
An Oregon teacher's Facebook post showing a cabinet full of snacks she shares with her hungry students has gone viral. In a caption for the photo, Katherine Gibson Howton wrote that almost every teacher she knows has a similar stash to help students who come to school hungry.