Current Headlines

  1. Frontline Education Announces General Release Of Voice-Activated, On-Demand Access To Critical K-12 Insights On Amazon Alexa-Enabled Devices

    Frontline Education today announced that the Frontline Education skill for Amazon Alexa will be released to a general audience for the 2019-2020 school year.

  2. The Master Lock Company Offers Back-To-School Security Solutions For Students' Most Valuable Possessions

    Last year, the average household spent ~$685 on back-to-school shopping*.

  3. Smart Choice Adds School Finder & Unified Enrollment Engine Solutions To Platform

    Recently, Firefly Digital announced the release of two new solutions that expand its Smart Choice K-12 Advanced Admissions and School Choice platform: its School Finder solution and its Unified Enrollment Matching and Assignment Engine solution.

  4. Age Of Learning Introduces First-Of-Their-Kind Reading Level Assessments In ReadingIQ, Helping Build Literacy Skills By Seamlessly Matching Young Readers To Expert-Curated Books At The Appropriate Reading Level

    Leading education innovator Age of Learning today announced the launch of Reading Level Assessments and other enhancements to its award-winning digital library and literacy platform ReadingIQ®, helping match children 12 and under with the right books for their level and interests from nearly 10,000 expert-curated titles.

  5. McMinn County School System Deploys Extreme Networks To Power Immersive Digital Education Program

    Classrooms around the world increasingly depend on IT infrastructure – Deloitte reports 80 percent of teachers are using digital education tools at least once a week.

  6. ACT Acquires Mawi Learning

    ACT, the nonprofit learning, measurement and navigation organization behind the ACT® test, announced today it has acquired Mawi Learning, a recognized leader in educator professional development and student curriculum focused on building social and emotional skills.

  7. SAM Labs Launches New Hands-On, Learn To Code Course Kit For Grades 4-8

    At ISTE 2019, SAM Labs is releasing the innovative Learn to Code Course Kit - a block-based coding curriculum for grades four through eight - that integrates with micro:bit, the handheld, programmable micro-computer, and Workbench, the student programming canvas.

  8. Students Across The Country Get Hands-On In STEAM Learning With LEGO Education

    Recently from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference, LEGO Education highlights the impact of hands-on learning on building students’ confidence in STEAM learning.

  9. littleBits Classroom Gives Teachers Easy Access To STEAM Resources To Bring Student Creativity To Life

    littleBits, the educational technology company that is reinventing the way kids learn, today announced littleBits Classroom, an online collection of STEAM and coding lessons and resources.

  10. Teachers Rapidly Adopt Clever Library, A New Way To Discover Education Software

    Clever, the most widely used single sign-on platform for K-12 education, announced today that more than 250,000 educators have created 9 million student accounts using Clever Library since June 2018.