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Carnegie Learning | December 09, 2022
Carnegie Learning, a leading provider of world language solutions for grades K-12, announced today that the Oklahoma State Board of Education approved three of its world language resources in the 2022 World Language Instructional Materials Adoption. Adopted classroom resources include the blended core curriculum solutions ¡Qué chévere! (Spanish), T'es branché? (French), and Deutsch So Aktuell (German) that give students diverse opportunities to find their passion f...
9to5mac | February 26, 2020
Tim Cook is scheduled to make an appearance in Birmingham, Alabama, tomorrow, according to local media reports. TechAlabama and the city’s mayor Randall Woodfin will hold a news conference with the Apple CEO. While each party has been tight-lipped about exactly what will be announced in education tomorrow, we suspect Birmingham public schools may be adopting Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum. TechAlabama is a group focused on increasing the “number of people in Alabama with ...
3w Market News Reports | June 20, 2020
Online Education & E-learning Market research report growth rate, prices, market size, trading, and key vendors of the industry’s information with forecast from 2020 to 2027. This research report also combines industry-wide statistically relevant quantitative data and relevant and insightful qualitative analysis. This report has published stating that the global Online Education & E-learning Market is anticipated to expand significantly at Million US$ in 2020 and is projected to re...
Common Sense | June 30, 2020
With the prospect of another distance learning school year on the horizon due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new analysis released today finds that a full 15 to 16 million public school students across the United States live in households without adequate internet access or computing devices to facilitate distance learning. The analysis, from Common Sense and Boston Consulting Group, also finds that almost 10% of public school teachers (300,000 to 400,000) are also caught in the gap, affecting t...
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