NAF, an education nonprofit, has launched a free web-based platform intended to expand access and opportunities for high school student by helping them gain professional experience and career skills.
Cyber.org, a cybersecurity workforce development organization that targets K-12 students, announced that it has translated its career resources and curricula to Spanish and partnered with Spanish-serving organizations and institutions to help reach diverse communities across the country.
The Colorado School of Mines, a public higher education research institution, has rolled out a new student information system with the aim of modernizing its technology operations and elevating the student experience.
New York Attorney General (AG) Letitia James has reached an agreement with Marymount Manhattan College (MMC), a private non-profit liberal arts college in New York City, to invest $3.5 million in data security to protect students’ online data.
Virginia’s Portsmouth Public Schools (PPS) is expanding its partnership with Discovery Education to include increased access to Discovery Education’s Pivot Interactives service for educators and students in grades 7-12.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has committed an additional $38 million in funding for the Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF), which provides funding for digital tools and services to support students.
The Ohio State University (OSU) received $125,000 in grant funding from the Ohio Department of Development to help establish high-speed internet connectivity to Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, Ohio. The center will be used as a demonstration area and proving grounds for autonomous farming equipment.
University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst has launched a new mobile check-in for tech support at the Information Technology Service Desk in the Campus Center. The goal of the new Mobile Check-In service is to help students, faculty, and staff save time and skip the line for in-person tech support service.
The New Hampshire Department of Education announced that 77 schools will receive a total of $713,601 to fund robotics programs for their students.
A new survey from the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) found that teachers and students remain concerned that technology used in schools is threatening their privacy and civil rights.