Woz U, With Newfound Federal Support, Continues to Educate

“Woz U isn’t a school,” said company CEO Jacob Mayhew on more than one occasion during a video conference interview. But it has continued to […]

American Edtech Unicorns Have Surged in 2020. What Do They Tell Us About the Sector?

What’s in a unicorn? When Cowboy Ventures founder Aileen Lee coined the term in 2013, the world had only 39 startups valued at $1 billion […]

Looking for a Job? Find Something New with These Resources from the Ad Council, Apple, the White House, IBM and More

The Ad Council is out on July 14 with a message to those unemployed, under-employed, or unhappy in their career: find something new. The online […]

A Chicago Teen Is Asking You For $1 to Scale His Virtual CS Summer Camp

Ian Michael Brock, with the help of his parents Michael and Dulcevita, is asking you for $1. If the Brocks can get 375,000 people to […]

The AT&T Aspire Accelerator Class of 2020 Is Developing EdTech Amidst a Pandemic

On May 20, the sixth annual edtech-focused AT&T Aspire Accelerator kicked off with a class of eight edtech startups. These companies and organizations will work […]

The Emotional Power of VR in Education Has Arrived

For years, education stakeholders have seen huge potential in the use of VR in education. And for years, it has remained just that: potential, promise, […]

Cybersecurity Attacks on Educational Institutions Amid COVID-19: What You Need to Know

Across the country, the coronavirus pandemic thrust schools, students and teachers into remote learning situations which they were not fully prepared for. Major upheavals that […]

Stakeholders Push to Divest from Police Departments and Fund Schools Following the Murders of George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, Tony McDade, and Others

Activists, stakeholders, and public education spokespeople from across the U.S. have called for communities to reevaluate the way they spend taxpayer dollars over the past […]

Online Learning Meets Widespread Backlash

Students from at least one hundred colleges and universities have sued their institutions to reclaim their tuition and fees. Others are considering whether they’ll return […]

How Parents Are Dealing with Remote Learning at Home, According to 3 Surveys

A recent New York Times headline stated: ‘It was just too much’: How Remote Learning Is Breaking Parents. While stories like these are undoubtedly a […]

Virtual Summer Camps Launch to Keep Kids Learning—and Drive Community Engagement

This summer, kids can learn about personal finance from experts at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. High school students can learn about advanced […]

Americans Are Flocking to Online Education

American higher education appears to be turning upside-down. Those who hold a degree or certificate are more likely to enroll in an academic or professional […]

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