Hudson Valley P-Tech in West Nyack, New York is partnering with businesses and colleges in order to prepare students for security careers.
By offering employees and nonemployees IT classes, Google is bridging the skills gap, and boosting its chances of hiring more people down the road.
We speak to a school district assessment services coordinator about open educational resources (OER) and why they work for educational institutions.
When it comes to implementing technology into educational institutions, district push is better than going school by school.
Microsoft hopes to fill the market with more employees that understand analytics, business intelligence, and machine learning through the Eastern Washington University partnership.
The Engineering Professional Education program (EPE) at Purdue University has been helping distance students complete engineering degrees for more than 60 years, going so far as to record lectures on VHS tapes and ship them to individual students across the country, or use dedicated satellites and telephone lines. With today’s online access, the use of […]
Leaders from Denver and Providence school districts share their experiences in using data interoperability to provide students a personalized learning experience.