Registration now open for 2021 Kentucky Education Summit – Kentucky Teacher

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) opened its registration website for the 2021 Kentucky Education Summit, which is scheduled for Nov. 1-2 at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville. The statewide summit will focus on the future of K-12 education in the Commonwealth. Over two days, the event will pull in some of the …

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Georgia’s Toombs County Schools Launches New Partnership Bringing Award-Winning Digital Resource from Discovery Education to All Students in the 2021-2022 School Year – eSchool News

SILVER SPRING, MD (Monday, August 2, 2021) — Georgia’s  Toombs County Schools (TCS) today launched a new partnership with  Discovery Education providing district teachers and students in all grades K-12 access to an award-winning digital learning platform in the coming school year.  This resource—created by Discovery Education, the worldwide edtech leader—supports in all subjects at home, in the classroom, or wherever learning is taking place.    The TCS team …

Georgia’s Toombs County Schools Launches New Partnership
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Georgia Dept. of Education and Verizon launch program to narrow digital divide – Verizon Communications

ATLANTA – The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of reliable internet access and the gaps in digital access. According to data from the New American Economy Research Fund, 43.7 percent of low-income households lacked access to personal high-speed internet at home, more than double that of the rest of the population. With many school …

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‘The effects of the pandemic aren’t over’: Top education leaders talk the future of South Dakota K-12 students – Argus Leader

The future of K-12 education in South Dakota includes medical marijuana, new social studies standards and the ripple effects of COVID-19. Those were just a few topics from a wide-ranging discussion featuring Sioux Falls School District Superintendent Jane Stavem and South Dakota Department of Education Secretary Tiffany Sanderson at a Downtown Sioux Falls Rotary meeting Monday afternoon. Here’s …

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Tennessee Releases 2020-21 Spring TCAP State-Level Results – tn.gov – tn.gov

  Data Helps Families, School Systems, Public Support the Acceleration of Student Achievment after COVID-19 Disruptions    NASHVILLE, TN— Today, Governor Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education released the 2020-21 Spring Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) state-level results. These results include exams in English Language Arts (ELA), mathematics, science and social studies.   State-level test results …

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USDA Reboots Risk Management Education for Underserved Producers – USDA.gov

Posted by Richard Flournoy, Acting Administrator, Risk Management Agency in Farming Initiatives Aug 02, 2021 USDA is committed to improving equity and access to its programs, including Federal crop insurance. This year, USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA), which oversees the national Federal crop insurance program, will invest nearly $1 million in risk management education projects …

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