Sprint and the Sprint Foundation aim to change the lives of 1 million high school students by giving them opportunities to reach their full potential. The 1Million Project is a multiyear initiative offering freemobile devices and freehigh-speed wireless internetconnectivity to 1 million low-income, US high school students lacking a reliable source of internet access at home. The goal of this expansive new program is to eliminate the “Homework Gap” that puts low-income students at a major disadvantage because they do not have ready access to the internet for completing homework, communicating with teachers, or applying for jobs, scholarships, or college.
The Science Museum Group in the UK shares an unparalleled, diverse, and internationally significant collection of more than 7.3 million items, spanning science, technology, engineering, medicine, transportation, and media.
Guide students to their fullest potential with these 15 teacher-tested ideas to infusecreativity in the classroom. Edtech learning can assist students to express, engage, and connect in the classroom, allowing students to lean in to their individual learning styles. Encourage student creativity through new technology-led learning experiences.
Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky wants students in grades 3–8 to take a deep dive into game-changing tech and get excited about STEM. Ledecky, in partnership with Panasonic North America and Discovery Education, has launched the STEM Forward educational initiative, which includes activities for families and students, and tools for teachers.