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Education Data Privacy and Interoperability Go Hand in Hand

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By: Rachel Anderson. Interoperability means that all the systems and sectors that serve a student can talk to each other, and that data can move securely across systems.

5 Lessons for EdTech Companies Looking to Make a Difference

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By: Lincoln Sedlacek. How can EdTech companies make sure that their products actually deliver improved student outcomes? And how can school administrators get a better understanding of the EdTech options they are trying to choose from? These strategies can help.

9 Awesome Apps for Math Practice

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By: Juned Ghanchi. There is an ocean of math practice apps out there--how can you pick just one? To help wade through the choices, here are 9 great options.

Education Data at Work in K-12

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By: Josh Klein. It should be a very basic thing for us to be able to talk to each other about how we’re going to exchange data and what data we want and need, but a number of factors can complicate the process. Here's how we can start to address them.

Learning With Virtual Reality Ignites Creativity and Career Exploration

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By: Alexandra Lange. Virtual reality (VR) has sparked excitement in my science classroom, opened doors that I couldn’t have imagined just a year ago and encouraged my students to begin thinking more about their future careers.

15 Moonshots in Education

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What big advances are possible in education in the next five or 10 years? Here are 15 moonshots, ranging from expected breakthroughs to speculative advances, that will change our lives.

Innovation in Education Is More than a New Approach

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By: Vadim Polikov. As a research scientist, I firmly believe in using original academic research to validate hypotheses and systems to make implementation of new concepts easy for educators.

Machine Learning: The “Next Big Thing” in Education

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By: Ron Drabkin. Machine learning will be steadily adopted in a variety of educational technology tools. It will not be visible or obvious to the end user, but teachers will start to see their applications doing tasks for them in completely new ways.

Smart Review | Interactive Math App Makes Fractions Fun

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The interactive app Mlob Rule makes the normally rote task of reviewing fractions into an engaging and fun opportunity for parents and teachers to sneak learning into gaming.

Data Interoperability in K-12: Supporting Teachers in the Classroom

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By: Steve Midgley. To fully realize the benefits of EdTech, we need to help teachers and schools access the data that belongs to them but is scattered across many systems. Here's how we can start.

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