University of Phoenix Goes ‘Ultra’ With Blackboard SaaS

Hybrid secondary education pioneer and one of the largest providers of online education in North America, the University of Phoenix has chosen to leverage the […]

Indian Online education market to touch $1.96 Billion by 2021 – Report by Google & KPMG #India #EdTech

A recent report by Google and KPMG, highlighted the growth opportunity for the online education industry in India. According to the report – “Online Education […]

Quiet In The Classroom: How To Recognize And Support Introverted Entrepreneurs

Written by: Robyn D. Shulman “Quiet people have the loudest minds,”- Stephen Hawking About two weeks ago, via LinkedIn, I shared Josh Steimle’s book review […]

How to Parent Teens in a High-Tech World Without Losing Your Mind

Robyn D. Shulman, Author My daughter turned 14 in November. As I reflect back on her childhood, I tend to do what many parents do: […]

14 Signs of Cyberbullying in the Classroom

One of the biggest trends affecting education across the country is the migration of bullying to digital media, which is commonly referred to as cyberbullying. […]

High School and College Students Get Rare Opportunity to Help Change the World Of Education

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); THE AD ABOVE IS SPONSORED Students Everywhere Are Encouraged to Contribute to the Open Ontology Project: Be a Part of […]

Math Modeling: Why are We Missing it in High School?

Young people are frequently exposed to ambitious dreams of changing the world, and a practical way of expressing said interest is through research in science […]

Legos: A New Frontier for Libraries

Shared with permission, By Patti Verbanas/Rutgers Today Megan Lotts is changing the public’s perceptions of libraries – one colorful brick at a time. Megan Lotts […]

Cintas Kicks-off Nationwide Janitor of the Year Contest

Cintas’ recognizes excellence among school and university janitors   Often the first to arrive and the last to leave, school janitors work behind the scenes […]

K-12 and LMSs are Broken, Who’s to Blame?

Back in the 90’s I taught high school and loved it.  To this day, I still have very close friends who are teachers (middle school […]

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