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With a focus on careers and 'sneaky academics,' technical high schools are on the rise

November 06, 2017

Enthusiasm for career and technical education has been building in recent years as educators and lawmakers moved away from the once-popular notion that every student should try for a college degree. Many districts have added career academies to their high schools, hoping to tap into students' interests.

Trump administration working to update driverless vehicle guidance

November 06, 2017

The Trump administration is already in the process of updating its federal guidance for driverless vehicles, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said Thursday. The Department of Transportation (DOT) unveiled a new framework in September designed to pave the way for autonomous vehicles and build upon efforts from the previous administration.

Tech companies want great STEM education -- they should pay a fair share

November 06, 2017

Some have heralded Amazon’s search for their second headquarters as a wake-up call to policymakers about the need for increased computer science and STEM education funding. While the goals are laudable, it is easy to overlooks a significant problem with the growth of companies such as Amazon and others -- It often comes at the expense of local education funding.

Kevin McCarthy: Tax Reform Will Help Innovation and Entrepreneurship

November 05, 2017

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., is vowing the GOP's tax reform package will improve "innovation and entrepreneurship -- key drivers of economic growth." McCarthy said the U.S. needs a "dynamic tax code that promotes the competition, risk taking and innovation that is the foundation of the 21st century economy."

6 ways video technologies are fundamentally shaping education

November 05, 2017

Video technologies’ continue to have a profound impact on K-12 and higher-ed classrooms as educators and students report increases in achievement, engagement and active content creation, according to a new survey from Kaltura. Ninety-nine percent of institutions report they have teachers regularly incorporating video technologies in their curriculum.

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