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SETDA teams up with state Title I administrators to create two quick guides for schools to make better use of technology and stretch their money more effectively.


With flu season on the horizon, schools are preparing to deal with closures and exploring the potential for technology to provide continuity of learning.


Officials at Iowa State University have decided to remove landline phones from student residencies in favor of cellphones and an improved wireless network, a move that could offer lessons for K-12 school districts.


The One Laptop Per Child initiative is helping to transform education in Rwanda, which is now the initiative's largest African client.


Survey finds widespread interest in California's digital textbook initiative.


Scientists share their research and details of their work with students through blogs and other Web 2.0 tools.


If you haven't seen the "Did You Know; Shift Happens" video created by Karl Fisch, the director of technology for Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo., and modified by Scott McLeod of Iowa State University, it's worth checking out.


Disrupting Class co-author Michael Horn gave new ideas for disruptive innovations for K-12 schools in a keynote address at the Smart Ed-Tech Strategies for Tough Times event.

The School of the Future is helping high school students think ahead about higher education and preparing them to get at least one acceptance letter for college admission.


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