Dr. Emily Bell, Chief Information Officer for Fulton County Schools, in Georgia, says ClassLink helps her district’s 94,000 students stay engaged, whether they are remote or in class. Students access digital resources from one place with one login, while leaders and teachers track engagement with usage analytics. Bell says using ClassLink Analytics, teachers can monitor which digital resources students engage with and for how long, allowing them to step in quickly when students need support. “For us, ClassLink is an important element in our success whether we are in school or in remote learning,” says Bell.
TheNational Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) is providing five $1,000 STEAM Educator grants to enhance STEAM-related activities, innovation, and classroom excellence for teachers in a STEAM field. Any high school STEAM teacher currently employed at a public or private high school in the United States or internationally is eligible to apply.
COVID-19 fundamentally changed the world, but none more radically than in the classroom. TheNational Society of High School Scholars created My Virtual Learning Success Story, an award to recognize those who were presented with a tough situation and, through the trials and tribulations of virtual learning, came out successful.
The biannual National Cyber League (NCL) Competition simulates real-life cyberthreats in a safe environment for high school students to learn how to defend organizations against such threats and keep them secure.