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  • STEM Education Gets Boost From White House

    President Barack Obama has announced new, expanded programs to get more students enrolled in science, tech, engineering and math courses.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin29 May 14 05:51
  • Will iPads in the Classroom Make the Grade for Students and Teachers?

    Santa Barbara Unified School District is rolling out 1,200 iPads to three elementary schools and an alternative high school. Los Angeles Unified School District plans to put iPads in the hands of all 640,000 students. The goal is to improve learning through interactivity. First, school districts need to mitigate costs and get teachers on board.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige13 Feb. 14 19:17
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  • How the Social Campus Enables Tomorrow's Workers Today

    Collaboration is the key to getting anything done. Social technologies are all about enabling that collaboration. Combine social with mobile and sprinkle in technologies like VPNs and SSO, and the idea of 'social' moves to a whole new level, as two higher education CIOs attest.

    Written by Allen Bernard30 Jan. 13 14:38
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  • Do We Need a Title IX for STEM Workers?

    Senior government official says the landmark education reform bill is a possible template for addressing shortage of technical workers and bridging the gender gap in IT.

    Written by Kenneth Corbin16 May 14 23:57
  • IT Skills Gap Is Really an Education Gap

    In Part 2 of CIO.com's three-part series on the technology skills gap in America, Gary Beach suggests that the issue is really an education gap. When it comes to math and science education, is the United States a nation at risk?

    Written by Gary Beach15 Oct. 13 13:46
  • Students Learn to Win With Gamification

    As 30-somethings go back to college to earn a first or a new degree, they sometimes need a bit of a confidence boost to re-engage with learning. At Kaplan University, students are rewarded with badges and higher rankings on leaderboards as they master skills and accomplish goals.

    Written by Lauren Brousell08 Aug. 13 13:51
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