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The National Commission just released their 2018 report, “How Learning Happens: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development”.
After renovating their learning spaces, Hall Middle School saw distraction go way down, and engagement go way up.
Scholastic recently launched We the People, a free online tool focused on civics education and media literacy for students in grades 4–10.
YALSA (the Young Adult Library Services Association) has just released its Teen Literacies Toolkit to help teens make sense of their digital world.
Every year Education Week provides a top-to-bottom ranking of the nation's school systems on a state-by-state basis. See for yourself to how your state fared.
Steelcase Education is awarding up to sixteen schools an Active Learning Center Grant valued at up to $67,000. Submit your proposal before February 2, 2018.
We asked the winners of our Steelcase Education giveaway how they've been using their Node chairs to make learning more active. Here’s what we learned.
Making learning more personalized, more relevant, and more immersive have always been the moving goal-posts of education.
The privacy landscape facing kids and families is constantly evolving. That's why Common Sense Media has released a new report: Inside the Kids' Privacy Zone.
'Tis the season to build your skills, network with others, and grow your ed-tech aptitude like never before. Here are the conferences we're particularly excited about this fall.
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