Highlight on 17 of 2014’s most innovative college projects.
Our readers chose eight technology products that have had a positive impact in their schools this year. See what made the list.
Northwest Elementary school won this year’s NEC $25,000 Tech Makeover Contest with a video entry inspired by the movie Frozen. Learn how this money helped the school replace broken, outdated technology and create a better classroom experience for student.
Lèman Preparatory School in Manhattan is known for its academics and cutting-edge use of technology. It’s classrooms feature interactive whiteboards, tablets, a Crestron control system and more to create fully digital, connected classrooms.
Big changes are coming to E-Rate. Find out how changes in funding are likely to affect your school.
Ruben Puentedura and Cyprien Lomas give educators a horizon report on higher education during a seminar at EDUCAUSE.
Dr. Robbie Melton gives a keynote speech at NUTN, demonstrating how healthcare and home technology surpasses the advancements in higher education, and how higher education is in desperate need to catch up.
Generation Z students are taking the world by force, tackling social issues, entrepreneurial motives, and project collaboration.
Technology undoubtedly is a significant part of communicating and learning in school settings, especially once a student enters college.
Before they head to college, Sandra Bullock offers her words of wisdom to graduating Warren Easton Charter High School students