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Education Talk Radio

Feb 15, 2017


Internet Radio for Educators

Education Talk Radio is a professional development online broadcast for educators, preK–20. 

Quill Education Resources

Feb 15, 2017

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Exploring Classroom Essentials

Through relevant webinars on topics such as “Teaching with Technology,” “Tech as a Learning Tool,” and “Creating Brain-Friendly Classrooms,” Quill reaches out to educators to support their daily needs.’s Education Resource Center puts teachers in touch with grants to expand their special programs, awards to recognize their efforts, and sources to enrich STEM programs. Bookmark this growing resource as a daily companion, as well as a source to explore more than 85,000 classroom essentials.

Effective and Easy to Use Tools for Managing Students in the Classroom and Across the School

Feb 01, 2017

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Tools for Managing Students in the Classroom and Across the School

NetSupport School, an award-winning multiplatform Classroom Management solution, provides dedicated assessment, monitoring, and collaboration features that can now be combined with education-focused IT Asset Management. NetSupport DNA includes a toolbox of features to effortlessly monitor, manage, and report on all IT assets and endpoints across a school or district, saving time while reducing costs. A unique eSafety module protects students through webcam blocking, keyword monitoring, concern reporting, and more.

Awards for Summer Learning

Jan 16, 2017


Award for Outstanding Summer Programs

The National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) is seeking applications from summer learning programs nationwide for the 2017 New York Life Foundation Excellence in Summer Learning Awards.

Family Code Night

Jan 04, 2017


Family Coding Event

Pioneered by the California nonprofit MV GATE, Family Code Night is a whole-school family event that ignites coding and computer science learning at any elementary school and in any family. The program engages K–5 children and their parents or guardians in the experience of doing their first hour of computer programming together in an early evening special school program.


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