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March 31, 2015

Classkick Raises $1.7M to Help Teachers Provide Personalized Feedback

Classkick, an ed-tech startup that allows teachers to provide personalized, realĀ­-time feedback to students working on iPads, raised $1.7 million in seed funding.

February 08, 2015

5 Reasons You Should Use Touchcast

If you are interested flipping your classroom or leadership Touchcast may be the app for you, and there are hundreds of educators who want to help you get started.

April 24, 2014

Schools Could Be on Internet 'Slow Track' Under Proposed FCC Rules

New proposed rules by Federal Communication Chairman Tom Wheeler could give some companies access to speedier Internet service, which might leave schools in a slower zone.

November 29, 2013

Illinois District Shuts Down Google After Filters Fall

An Illinois district was forced to shut down Web access after its filters were disrupted, apparently by a change in security encryption by Google.

June 04, 2013

Why Everyone Should Eat Cheerios and Celebrate Diversity

A really cute Cheerios commercial featuring a biracial couple brought out the worst in some viewers.

February 21, 2013

The Harlem Shake Is a Thing and, Yes, You Should Know About It

The Harlem Shake is the hot new thing on YouTube, but students making their own videos have already faced suspension.

January 25, 2013

Chicago Offers Social Media Tips to Principals

The Social Media Toolkit offers tutorials and recommendations for principals trying to engage the community through social media. It appears to be one of the first such resources of its kind in the country.

June 25, 2012

It's Not What Natives Do, It's Why They Do It

Education consultant David Warlick suggests drawing a line between digital natives and immigrants is fine if you use the distinction for good.

March 26, 2012

Social Media Director Hired at LAUSD Among First in K-12

Stephanie Abrams, a former TV reporter for CBS in Los Angeles, will head the district's increased forray into Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube interaction.

March 15, 2012

Judge Denies Speech Protection to Student's Rap Song

A Mississippi student's rap song on Facebook and YouTube targeting two high school's coaches as having had improper contact with female students was not protected by the First Amendment, a federal district judge has ruled.

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