US Middle and High Schools 2022 Fall National Student Photography Contest Winners Announced

The national trade association for school photography and yearbooks, School Photographers of America (SPOA), announced their 2022 Fall National Student Photography Contest winners. Middle and high school students all over the country submitted entries for the three different categories: school sports, student life and creative. These categories tend to represent the main categories used in high … Read more

Echo Healthcare Releases NEW Division – Echo Education Technology

Echo Healthcare, Inc., a global leader in high-reality simulation and a worldwide leader in immersive spaces and educational software, announced today the launch of a new division within the company. Echo Education Technology will proudly serve all primary, secondary, HOSA, STEM and Career and Technical Education institutions at the elementary, middle and high school levels. … Read more

Helen Doron Educational Group Partners With ACES, Connecticut

ACES Connecticut recently became the first Helen Doron Academy franchisees in the United States. The Helen Doron Educational Group is active in 39 countries, with 1100 Kindergartens, Helen Doron English, and MathRiders Learning Centres. Students from ages 6 months through elementary school enrolled in the Academy will benefit from bilingual Spanish-English education. The Helen Doron Academy … Read more

Tux Paint 0.9.27 Released for Windows, macOS, Android, and Linux

The Tux Paint development team is proud to announce version 0.9.27 of Tux Paint, which adds many new features to the popular children’s drawing program. Six new Magic tools have been added to Tux Paint. “Panels” shrinks and duplicates the drawing into a 2-by-2 grid, which is useful for making four-panel comics. “Opposite” produces complementary … Read more

ACE Scholarships Arkansas Announces New Director

The ACE Scholarships board of directors is pleased to announce that it has named Hannah Bunch Reber as the organization’s new Director effective December 2021. Hannah is an energetic, proven leader who will draw on her wealth of experience in the public and non-profit sectors to build upon ACE’s transformational work in Arkansas and position … Read more

Philly’s Family Literacy Festival Brings 10,000 Free Children’s Books to the Block.

Mark your calendars, Sunday, October 10, through Sunday, October 17, is Reading Promise Week, Philly’s second annual family literacy festival. The citywide celebration, organized by Read by 4th, features 45 free events packed with read-alouds, hands-on activities, and family giveaways. Reading Promise Week is a festival on a mission. In the face of COVID learning loss and a … Read more

Innovative Learner-Driven Private School Opening in Columbia, Maryland

Spartek Academy: An Acton Academy [Spartek] is opening its doors in Columbia, Maryland. Spartek is a learner-driven private school where 75% of our curriculum is hands-on and students are in charge of their learning. There are no teachers, only guides, no homework, and no tests. How do our students learn? With a mastery-based approach. It’s simple: every student … Read more

Bible in the Schools Presents $1.8M Community Gift to Hamilton County Schools

Local nonprofit Bible in the Schools presented Hamilton County Schools (HCS) with its annual community gift of almost $1.8 million as reimbursement for the 2020-2021 countywide Bible History elective program. Bible in the Schools Board Chairman Tom Glenn and President Cathy Scott presented Superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson with the $1.8 million gift. Also present was … Read more