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Online learning can’t replace classrooms. Microsoft Teams wants to change that

It's all about making meetings more natural and listening to the feedback of scientists and educators.

Amazon’s latest venture lets teachers buy and sell educational resources

Amazon Ignite gives K-12 educators the chance to buy and sell digital educational resources to others teachers. The platform aims to ease the pressure on time-pressed teachers while offering others a way to make a few extra bucks.

To curb teen vaping, schools across the U.S. welcome A.I. into their bathrooms

There’s a problem with both vaping and bullying at schools. A company called Soter Technologies has developed a smart bathroom sensor that is able to detect both. Here's how it works.The post To curb teen vaping, schools across the U.S. welcome A.I. into their bathrooms appeared first on Digital Trends.

Adobe offers schools Creative Cloud licenses for $5/year

Adobe has been slowly moving its apps and services to the cloud since 2013. If you use any of the

What educators think about Apple’s new iPad

Yesterday's Apple event showed that the company wants to make a serious push back into the education sector. This isn't

Apple is reportedly launching low-cost iPads for schools

Apple is set to unveil a new low-cost iPad model for educators and students next week, according to Bloomberg's noted

BBC game helps kids lead the fight against fake news

The BBC wants the news consumers of tomorrow to understand and identify fake news, and has launched a game to

Script hopes to make school permission slips a thing of the past

Lost permission slips or payment methods are the bane of any child's field trip, but a new startup called Script hopes to use a simple app to make these things easier to manage for parents and teachers both.The post Script hopes to make school permission slips a thing of the past appeared first on Digital Trends.

Sprint’s 1Million Project connects 180,000 students to a free device and service

With support from Sprint, the Sprint Foundation unveiled its 1Million Project will connect more than 180,000 high school students across 32 states with a free device and free wireless service in the first year of the program.The post Sprint’s 1Million Project connects 180,000 students to a free device and service appeared first on Digital Trends.

Google’s G Suite for Education app platform now has over 70 million users

Google's concerted push into the education market is paying off. Its school-focused G Suite for Education platform now boasts more than 70 million users. That's up from 60 million last year and 50 million in October 2015. The post Google’s G Suite for Education app platform now has over 70 million users appeared first on Digital Trends.