With an eye toward the future, the state of Ohio is partnering with the private sector on the High School Tech Internship program, which aims to connect Ohio businesses with the tech talent they need while providing students with valuable work experience at an early age.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a new investment in virtual tutoring for math, reading, and science for students from pre-K through 8th grade at Title 1 schools throughout the state.
New York’s Columbia University Libraries announced that it has joined The Palace Project platform and app, in a bid to streamline the management and delivery of ebooks, audiobooks, and other e-content. The Palace Project is a nonprofit library-centered platform and e-reader app for digital content and services.
After multiple years of disrupted learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report from EDUCAUSE found that higher education students are looking for their colleges and universities to “rebalance” when it comes to technology in the classroom and distance learning.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it is committing $96 million in new funding through its Emergency Connectivity Program, which aims to expand broadband access and provide devices to students to help close the homework gap.
Online students’ views of remote education are at an all-time high post-pandemic. According to a report published this month, 94 percent of students hold positive views of online learning – up eight percent from the 2019 survey.
The Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) is launching a new program that will help bring free online learning to thousands of people across the state and help them develop new tech skills and improve their career readiness. The program, titled “Tech Ready Louisiana,” is the result of a partnership between LWC and Coursera, a large online learning platform.
McKinsey & Company has released a research report that showcases how technology has been shaping the higher educational field, revealing students and faculty are eager to continue using classroom learning technologies adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic, but institutions could do more to support the shift.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has released a supplemental report on pandemic learning for U.S. students, which details the watchdog agency’s objectives, scope, and methodology for its report released last month, Pandemic Learning: As Students Struggle to Learn, Teachers Reported Few Strategies as Particularly Helpful to Mitigate Learning Loss.
A new study conducted by Rutgers University showcases how remote learning has put New Jersey lower-income K-12 school districts students and teachers at a disadvantage.