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In Massachusetts the ed tech industry supports 25,000 jobs in 430 companies, making the state a leader in the ed tech space, according to LearnLaunch’s first Massachusetts Ed tech Workforce Report. […]

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Teachers use learning apps, digital tools, technology devices and next-generation technology to promote a fun environment, facilitate communication among students, give every student access to technology, and make learning more personal.






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Students at Fountain Valley School in Colorado Springs walk into library class with the possibility of talking to other students in Australia, Thailand, or Ecuador. Toni Olivieri-Barton, Library Technology Educator at Fountain Valley, introduced the program Mystery Skype to her students when she joined the school two years ago.






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Apple launched the Everyone Can Code Initiative and Apple Teacher Program in an effort to deliver a computer science curriculum for students to learn how to code, join President Obama’s ConnectED initiative, and give $100 million to 114 schools.






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The U.S. Department of Education and the American Institutes for Research released a report on what STEM education will look like in 10 years. The components of STEM in 2026 are networked communities of practice, accessible learning activities that invite play and risk, interdisciplinary approaches to problem-solving, inclusive learning spaces, accessible measures of learning, and societal beliefs that promote diversity in STEM.






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