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edsurge | February 18, 2020
In some hands, social media tools are blights on society, tools for bullies and misinformation campaigns. Sometimes, they’re a canvas for artists, sources to build community, paths by which people find a higher calling. Sanah Jivani has personally experienced both extremes of the spectrum. It was on Facebook where she found an account dedicated to guessing why Jivani—whose hair had fallen out by age 12 due to an autoimmune disease—wore a wig to school. That discovery, coupled w...
prnewswire | September 24, 2020
Smarter Building Technologies Alliance launches a new Safe Space Initiative to assist school districts across the country safeguard the environmental health of students, staff, parents, and visitors as school districts plan their re-opening strategies. SBT's Safe Space Initiative provides access to secure, cutting-edge Internet of things (IoT) technologies to help prepare schools in combating the spread of COVID-19 as outlined in the Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (E...
European Schoolnet | July 02, 2020
In the context of the COVID-19 crisis, the great majority of European countries implemented country-wide school closures, and most European teachers were forced to adapt to an emergency remote teaching setting relying heavily on digital technologies. On 3rd July, IMPACT EdTech, the European incubator-accelerator that helps EdTech start-ups turn their ideas into market-ready products, will launch an extraordinary open call with a specific “remote schooling” 5-month acceleration progra...
educationdive | January 15, 2020
Individuals with bachelor's degrees will earn $400,000 more in their lifetimes than those with just a high school diploma, according to a new report from the College Board. College graduates who enrolled at age 18 and earned a degree in four years "can expect to earn enough relative to a high school graduate" by age 33 to make up for paying tuition and other costs and for being out of the workforce while in college, the report notes. The study comes as polls show some Americans are...
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