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A recent and massive increase in FY18 funds to the Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grant (SSAEG) program under Title IV, Part A means more districts will be able to invest in programs that support safe and healthy students, well-rounded

You may have seen this compilation of yearbook photographs before. The gentleman in the pictures is Dale Irby, a physical education teacher at Prestonwood Elementary in Richardson, Texas. After discovering he had inadvertently worn the same outfit in his yearbook

If you’re still not convinced about the positive power games can have beyond their entertainment value, we’ve got some data for you—courtesy of the 14th annual Games for Change (G4C) Festival. The G4C17 Festival was recently held at the Parsons

We recently challenged members of DreamBox Nation to share their top tips for bringing technology into the classroom. More than a hundred of you responded with practical insights on everything from securing funding to embracing rotation models. As we sorted

If you subscribe to international news sources like The New York Times and The Economist, or various business blogs and podcasts, you may have noticed a recent uptick in the coverage of edtech. We sure have. Those of us in