The K-12 Cybersecurity Act of 2021 and The State of Cyber Crime in Education

DECEMBER 29 – The number of reported cyber incidents in K-12 schools and districts in the U.S. stands at 1180. Covid-19 and the introduction of […]

XanEdu adds NextLesson to its educational technology portfolio

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Consistent with its mission to provide high-quality and affordable courseware for the K-12 and higher education markets, […]

Social and Emotional Learning and Career Readiness As Necessity: Gale Presents: Imago

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.- Gale, a Cengage company, has partnered with social and emotional learning (SEL) innovator IMAGO, to launch an online SEL and career readiness […]

How Can Educators Help Students Overcome Learning Loss?

The concept of learning loss has always been an issue that both teachers and students of all ages deal with. However, due to the current […]

E-Rate Bidding Process Open: What Should Schools Prepare For?

The E-rate funding application window is expected to open in January 2022. Officially known as the Universal Service Schools and Libraries Program, E-rate supports eligible […]

The State of Education Cybersecurity: 3 Lessons for Protecting the Post-Covid Classroom

As Covid variants make the current school year for both K-12 and higher education a continued balance of hybrid and in-person learning, education institutions are […]

CYPHER LEARNING and the Reinvention of Learning Management Systems

From universities to corporate offices, learning management systems (LMS) have become an essential tool for people who want to share and distribute information online. CYPHER […]

Book review: History’s Mysteries (Alphabet Publishing)

Mysterious creatures, unsolved crimes, disappearances, conspiracies. My YouTube viewing history is full of this stuff. I’ve watched pretty much every episode of Thoughty2, most of […]

Beyond Traditional African American Studies: Using Local History to Increase Student Engagement

Erin Conklin’s eyes light up when she talks about the primary and secondary source reader she created for Duval County Public School’s African American Studies […]

New Organizational Structure at XanEdu

XanEdu Publishing Announces New Organizational Structure, Aligned with Company’s Continued Growth and Focus on Innovative Solutions for Accessible Learning Experiences

How Two Districts, Facing Different Obstacles, Brought Learning Online During Covid-19

It’s a tale of two schools districts. One couldn’t be more different than the other. But – they share a common goal: reimagine what learning […]

The Power of Remote Community: How Florida Virtual School Served as a Resource for the Nation

As we close the first full school year that many students attended virtually, reflecting on the successes and challenges learners and educators faced during the […]

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