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Make a match: How some schools decide what education technology to buy

Tech that fits a school’s needs and training for teachers are critical to success

Can Virtual Reality “teach” empathy?

Immersive VR in the classroom is spreading fast, as teachers take students into other worlds

This Kentucky math teacher meets the digital challenge by working ‘smarter not harder’

Taking the long view with elementary students

The upside, and the downside, of working ‘as fast as you want and as slow as you need’

A New Hampshire high school where academics support career training

Making an environment where teachers can create bespoke lessons

Schools in Rhode Island move to provide custom-fit lessons that give students more choice and voice

Learning technology once reserved for special needs students is now in everyone’s hands. Can teachers figure out how best to use it?

As technology increasingly blurs the lines between how different students best learn, teachers face new demands

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A fifth grader at Maple Hill Elementary School works on a digital lesson as part of the new blended learning program in New York’s Middletown Enlarged City School District. (Photo: Meghan E. Murphy)

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How project-based learning works in higher ed

Students scramble as application season races down to the wire

Deadlines, endless forms, constant college prep pressure at Mass. charter school — is the finish line in sight for these low-income students?

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