Slashdot Items Tagged "schools"

Date / Time Story
Friday October 20, 2017 @03:07PM Arkansas Will Pay Up To $1,000 Cash To Kids Who Pass AP Computer Science A Exam
Wednesday June 28, 2017 @06:53PM How Silicon Valley Pushed Coding Into American Classrooms
Wednesday March 15, 2017 @05:48PM Australia To Ban Unvaccinated Children From Preschool
Friday February 24, 2017 @04:00PM Arizona Bill Would Make Students In Grades 4-12 Participate Once In An Hour of Code
Tuesday October 18, 2016 @06:00PM CIA-Backed Surveillance Tool 'Geofeedia' Was Marketed To Public Schools
Friday October 07, 2016 @08:41PM Teens' Penchant For Risk-Taking May Help Them Learn Faster, Says Study
Thursday May 26, 2016 @01:02AM American Schools Teaching Kids To Code All Wrong
Saturday January 23, 2016 @12:51PM How Have Large Donations Affected Education Policy In New York City?
Sunday April 05, 2015 @05:15PM Prosecutors Get an 'A' On Convictions of Atlanta Ed-Reform-Gone-Bad Test Cheats
Sunday August 10, 2014 @12:39AM Chicago Mayor Praises Google For Buying Kids Microsoft Surfaces
Thursday May 29, 2014 @09:20AM Temporary Classrooms Are Bad For the Environment, and Worse For Kids
Thursday February 13, 2014 @11:40AM "Shark Tank" Competition Used To Select Education Tech
Sunday January 26, 2014 @03:57PM California Students, Parents Sue Over Teacher Firing, Tenure Rules
Wednesday September 04, 2013 @09:29AM Can Closed Public Schools Become Makerspaces? (Video)
Thursday March 01, 2012 @08:59AM Ann Arbor Schools Want $45M For Tech, Partly For Computers To Run Google Docs
Saturday October 08, 2011 @08:49AM Ask Slashdot: Which License For School Products?
Tuesday December 07, 2010 @06:13AM Using the Web To Turn Kids Into Autodidacts
Tuesday October 12, 2010 @09:15AM Lawyer Is Big Winner In Webcamgate Settlement
Sunday August 29, 2010 @12:10PM What 'IT' Stuff Should We Teach Ninth-Graders?
Friday June 04, 2010 @06:03AM PA Appeals Court Weighs Punishment For Students' Online Parodies
Sunday September 20, 2009 @06:51PM Cursive Writing Is a Fading Skill — Does It Matter?