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Report: Despite Equity Initiatives, STEM Gaps Persist (07/02/15)

Minecraft Competition Challenges Students to Build Immersive Learning Environments (07/01/15)

Open EdX Now Available From Amazon Web Services Marketplace (06/30/15)

Some Educational Apps Go Missing as Apple Purges Images of Confederate Flags from the App Store (06/25/15)

Broad Institute and Google to Offer Genomic Analysis Tools in the Cloud (06/24/15)

NSF Awards $12 Million to Redesign Undergraduate Engineering and Computer Science Education (06/23/15)

Report: Clear Objectives and Ease of Use Key to Successful Online Courses (06/18/15)

Research: Faster Devices Call for Revamped Safety Standards (06/17/15)

Research: 6 in 10 Millennials Have 'Low' Technology Skills (06/16/15)

California Community Colleges to Join InCommon Federation (06/11/15)

Report: Giving Credit for Prior Learning Boosts Persistence (06/10/15)

Brown U Uses Minecraft to Train Robots (06/09/15)

Venture Fund Zeroes in on University Startups (06/04/15)

Researchers Testing the Impact of Text Formatting on Learning (06/03/15)

Institute Sees 14% Gain in Applications with Cloud-Based CRM (06/02/15)

Right-Fitting Students with Majors Increases Chances of College Success (05/28/15)

UNESCO Report Proposes International Measures for Monitoring Ed Progress (05/27/15)

Report: Competency Ed Needs To Show 'Credible Evidence' To Prove Validity (05/26/15)

Study: Online Ed Leaders Need More Accurate Measures of Students' Career Success (05/21/15)

Harvard School of Ed Launches Free Online Library of Student Work (05/20/15)