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U.S. Department of Labor and AAES Publish New Engineering Competency Model

This is a press release from AAES

July 10, 2015 - RESTON, Va. | The American Association of Engineering Societies (AAES) announced today that it has developed an Engineering Competency Model to serve as a guide for the development of the engineering workforce. The Engineering Competency Model (“the model”) provides a universal template for the set of skills and abilities that are essential for success in the engineering community. Funded by a generous grant from the United Engineering Foundation, the model was developed by AAES in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration and subject matter experts from education, government and industry.
The Engineering Competency Model provides specific guidance to employers and engineers on the core competencies and skills necessary to enter into the engineering profession, as well as to maintain proficiency during one’s career. The need for qualified engineers is expected to increase over the next seven years. According to projections from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the engineering field will grow by 8.6% between 2012 and 2022, resulting in over 544,000 job openings due to growth and net replacements during that period.[1]
“This is a critical step for the engineering community,” said Jerry Carter, Chief Executive Officer of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying and co-chair of the AAES Lifelong Learning Working Group, which developed the model. “The Engineering Competency Model has the potential to unite the profession on the fundamental requirements that engineers will need to solve the global challenges we are facing.”
The Engineering Competency Model includes industry-wide technical competencies that are essential for success. The model is intended for use by industry leaders, employers, human resource professionals, educators, workforce professionals and career counselors, as well as current and future engineers. AAES will encourage other organizations to adopt the Engineering Competency Model and promote the development of additional competencies that build on the model and incorporate discipline-specific technical skills. For more information on the Engineering Competency Model, visit the Competency Model Clearinghouse
AAES is a multidisciplinary organization of engineering societies dedicated to advancing the engineering profession’s impact on the public good. AAES’ mission is “to serve as one voice for the U.S. engineering profession.” For more information on AAES and its working groups, please visit
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration is leading the Industry Competency Model Initiative to build relationships with industry partners to develop and maintain dynamic models of the foundational and technical competencies that are necessary in economically vital industries and sectors of the American economy. For more information on the Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration and the Industry Competency Model Initiative, please visit

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas and Texas Instruments Host STEM College Prep Camp for High School Girls

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DALLAS | Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas (GSNETX), in partnership with Dallas-based Texas Instruments, introduces high school girls to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) career opportunities through hands-on experiences, like holding a human heart and making fireworks in a lab. Participants will prepare for college and see STEM in action during the High School College Journey program July 12 – July 17 at the University of Texas at Dallas
There are countless career opportunities in STEM-related fields, but few women take advantage of these options. Encouraging young women to join these traditionally male-dominated industries is the motivation behind this partnership and camp experience. Girls will learn how to be academically successful in college and see how a STEM education can lead to a variety of careers.
“We are excited to partner with an organization who delivers innovative STEM programming to young women leaders of tomorrow,” said Andy Smith, Texas Instruments Director of Corporate Philanthropy.
Throughout the week, girls will experience firsthand how it feels to be in college, network with professionals in different industries and spend time discovering STEM applications outside the classroom. Subjects available to explore include biomedicine, chemistry, food science, technology, engineering, land development and architecture.
“Our goal is to empower girls to grow as leaders and encourage a lifelong passion for STEM education,” said Jennifer Bartkowski, CEO of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas. “By partnering with Texas Instruments, we can provide an immersive learning environment that will equip girls with the knowledge and desire to pursue a path in STEM.”
Through the activities at camp, the girls will also get down to the science and roots of complex and global food issues through the ‘Sow What Journey’, which is a pre-requisite for earning the Girl Scout Gold Award.
About Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
Girl Scouts is the premier leadership organization and is the largest pipeline for female leadership. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas serves more than 26,600 girls and 12,500 adults in 32 northeast Texas counties. For information on how to join, volunteer, donate or reconnect to the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, call (800) 442-2260 or visit
About Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog integrated circuits (ICs) and embedded processors. By employing the world's brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology. TI is helping more than 100,000 customers transform the future, today. Learn more at

120 girls to participate in the first-ever WiSci Girls STEAM Camp, hosted by the U.S. Department of State, the Government of Rwanda, Girl Up, and Meridian International Center.

This is a press release from WiSci

Microsoft, Intel, and AOL Charitable Foundation play critical role in technology-driven curriculum

Washington, D.C. | 120 girls have been selected to participate in the Women in Science (WiSci) STEAM Camp from July 25 – August 15, 2015, at the Gashora Girls Academy in Rwanda. The high school girls from across Africa and the United States will have the unique opportunity to learn valuable skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Design and Math (STEAM) fields, while enjoying a rich cross-cultural experience.
The WiSci Camp is part of the Let Girls Learn initiative, promoted by First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama, to ensure adolescent girls get the education to build brighter futures and stronger communities. It is also part of LIONS@FRICA, an initiative founded by the U.S. Department of State along with Microsoft, Nokia, DEMOAFRICA, VC4Africa, the Global Entrepreneurship Network, and other partners to help entrepreneurs start and scale new businesses throughout Africa.
“The State Department is thrilled to support the WiSci Camp this summer,” said Deputy Special Representative for Global Partnerships Thomas Debass. “Through this new and exciting public-private partnership, we hope to increase opportunities for women and girls to pursue the necessary knowledge and skill sets to better take advantage of future career opportunities in STEAM-related fields and ultimately participate in the global economy.”
A strong gender imbalance exists internationally in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The WiSci Camp aims to help bridge that gap through access to education, mentorship opportunities and leadership training.
The STEAM curriculum will be developed in partnership with science and technology industry leaders Microsoft, Intel and AOL Inc. Girls will have access to mentors from these participating partners, engage in leadership development and skills-based workshops organized by Girl Up, and take field trips within Rwanda.
The specially-curated program will feature hands-on experiential learning and a wide array of opportunities in the STEAM fields for the participants. The formal curriculum will be led by Microsoft and Intel employees and will include a week each on Computer Science, Robotics and Design, Art & Culture, with time during the third week to work on small group projects. The girls will hear from inspiring guest speakers and mentors, while participating in sessions on design-thinking, marketing, writing, online advocacy and leadership development curated and facilitated by Girl Up. The AOL Charitable Foundation provided a grant to fund the camp, and will work with AOL Inc. to enhance the program’s curriculum with expertise in digital marketing and blogging and involve AOL employees for further mentorship and volunteer opportunities.
The WiSci Camp will bring together 120 talented girls from Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, and the United States. The girls were selected among a competitive pool of applicants from the networks of Girl Up and the African Leadership Academy, and were chosen for their demonstrated interest in the STEAM fields and record of leadership in their community. The participants will be able to share their experience to inspire other girls in their community upon return to their high schools in the fall.
About WiSci Partners and Supporters
The U.S. Department of State’s mission is to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just and democratic world and foster conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the American people and people everywhere.
Girl Up, the United Nations Foundation’s adolescent girl campaign, supports the empowerment of girls everywhere. Since its launch in 2010, the campaign has funded UN programs that promote the health, safety, education, and leadership of girls in developing countries and built a community of nearly half a million passionate advocates. Its youth leaders, representing more than 800 Girl Up clubs in 66 countries, stand up, speak up, and rise up to support the hardest to reach girls living in places where it is hardest to be a girl.
Intel is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. As a leader in corporate responsibility and sustainability, Intel also manufactures the world’s first commercially available “conflict-free” microprocessors.
Microsoft 4Afrika initiative was launched in Feb 2013 to help accelerate Africa’s economic development and to improve its global competitiveness. It is a long-term commitment to help empower African youth, entrepreneurs, developers, and business and civic leaders to turn great ideas into a reality that can help their community, their country, the continent and beyond. Initiative is built on the dual beliefs that technology can accelerate growth for Africa, and Africa can also accelerate technology for the world. The initiative is built on three key enablers critical to the success of that mission: innovation, world-class skills and affordable access.
AOL Charitable Foundation is focused on improving the lives of women, girls and underserved youth through fostering leadership and empowerment, improving economic opportunity, access to education and technology, and cultivating creativity.
Rwanda Girls Initiative is an international NGO that established and supports Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology. Their vision is to advance both social justice and economic development in Rwanda by encouraging and supporting girls to achieve their highest potential. The program, implemented by our devoted African and international staff, combines superb preparation for the National Examinations with co-curricular leadership, clubs and sports programs that complete our "whole girl" education. GGAST graduates move on as confident, empowered young women committed to furthering their education in order to contribute to the development of Rwanda.
Rwandan Ministry of Education has a mission to transform the Rwandan citizen into skilled human capital for socio-economic development of the country by ensuring equitable access to quality education focusing on combating illiteracy, promotion of science and technology, critical thinking and positive values.
African Leadership Academy seeks to enable lasting peace and prosperity in Africa by developing a powerful network of ethical and entrepreneurial leaders who will work together to achieve extraordinary impact. Each year, ALA recruits and selects the most promising young leaders from all 54 African nations for a pre-university program in South Africa with a focus on leadership, entrepreneurship and African Studies. ALA’s leadership development formula is simple: ALA believes that by identifying young leaders with immense potential, enabling them to practice leadership, and connecting them with transformative opportunities, it can develop and empower the next generation of African leaders.
Global Entrepreneurship Network is a platform of programs and initiatives creating one global entrepreneurial ecosystem—active in 160 countries unleashing ideas, driving economic growth and expanding human welfare.
Meridian International Center is a premier nonprofit, global leadership organization headquartered in Washington, DC. Building on more than 55 years of experience, Meridian prepares U.S. and international leaders to meet global challenges and opportunities. Meridian’s suite of programs delivers the approach and environment for leaders to understand global issues and cultures, exchange ideas, collaborate on solutions, and build valuable relationships.
Further Information
More details and background on the WiSci Camp are available at
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PSEG to Award $250,000 in Grants to Further STEM Education in NJ

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Eligible organizations urged to apply by August 14

NEWARK, N.J., July 7, 2015 (PRNewswire) | The PSEG Foundation is accepting applications from afterschool, summer and youth development programs to develop new or enhance existing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) educational opportunities for students.  A total of up to $250,000 in grants will be awarded by the Foundation through its PSEG Science SPARK Partners funding program.
The PSEG Foundation will consider applications from our New Jersey service territory, as well as Salem and Cumberland counties, and our service/operation territories in Long Island and Albany, NY, and Bridgeport and New Haven, CT.
The number of recipients and their award amount will be decided based on the strength of the proposals received, at the discretion of Foundation staff.  Applications must be completed and submitted by Friday, August 14 at 5 p.m. EST.  All applicants will receive notification about funding decisions in late September.
Applicants may apply directly through PSEG's online application under the PSEG Science SPARK Partners link. Visit to apply. 
About the PSEG Foundation
The PSEG Foundation (501c3) is the philanthropic arm of Public Service Enterprise Group (NYSE: PEG).  The Foundation generally supports and invests in programs in three areas: community and the environment, education and safety. The Foundation provides grants to organizations in communities served by PSEG and its subsidiaries. 
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BloomBoard Secures $7.2 Million in Series B Funding

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BloomBoard, a Silicon Valley education technology company focused on empowering teacher growth, announced today that it received $7.2 million in Series B funding. The round includes increased capital from three original investors: Birchmere Ventures, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Learn Capital, as well as new contributing organizations, including the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation and Gera Ventures.
"BloomBoard's mission is to empower teacher growth. We're currently working with over 7,000 schools, across more than 700 districts, in 22 states to support professional learning and improve teacher effectiveness through personalized professional development," said Jason Lange, CEO and co-founder of BloomBoard. "We're thrilled to have a passionate group of investors with deep expertise in the education space committed to join us as we continue on our mission."
This is BloomBoard's second round of financing in two years, bringing its total funding to-date to $16 million. With the new funding, BloomBoard will scale its team, allowing them to accelerate customer growth, expand its school and district offerings, and launch new professional development opportunities for K12 educators.
"Our investment in BloomBoard reflects our commitment to empowering great teachers," said Micah Sagebiel, program officer, US Education at the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation. "BloomBoard offers a more personalized, supportive approach to professional development that is the key to creating more effective educators, which in turn will improve student learning outcomes. We're excited to help make professional development more productive and purposeful for educators."
BloomBoard has also announced two significant company milestones: one million teacher observations completed through its Observation and Evaluation platform and the availability of the popular BloomBoard Marketplace to educators worldwide. The Marketplace connects educators with thousands of high-quality professional learning resources from top content providers including the Buck Institute for Education, Common Sense Media, Stenhouse Publishers, Coursera, and more. Until now, the Marketplace has only been accessible to educators through a school or district contract. Over 100,000 educators are already using the Marketplace to access personalized learning resources and improve their practice. Now, for a limited time, the company is providing access to all educators, regardless of if their school or district has a contract with BloomBoard. To get started, visit
About BloomBoard
BloomBoard connects teachers with high-quality resources to achieve their professional learning goals. Educators have convenient, on-demand access to its comprehensive Marketplace where they can find valuable content including videos, webinars, courses, and e-books from the most trusted providers in the education space. Through BloomBoard's cost-effective procurement process, school and district administrators can track and measure teacher growth, identify where professional development dollars are being spent, and make more informed decisions that impact growth and instruction. For more information, visit and follow @bloomboard for updates.

Academy of Education Arts and Sciences Hosts 2015 Education Technology Awards

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Today the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences announced that the 2015 Bammy Awards will again include developers of education technology. Three Bammy EdTech Awards will be presented to recognize the best-in-class education apps, teaching tools and education-related web sites. The winners will be selected by an international panel of leading education technology directors. Honorees will be presented with the coveted Bammy Award statuette at the same black-tie, red-carpet event in Washington, D.C., on September 26th, where prominent and influential educators from across the United States will convene to celebrate the entire education community.
The EdTech submission process is now open at and extends through August 31. Past winners of the Bammy EdTech Award include Edmodo, DropBox, Remind, Class Dojo, Symballoo and Evernote - out of a field that included submissions by Scholastic, Discovery Education, Haiku Deck, Samsung Electronics, Vocabulary Spelling City, Strata Logica, IAC, and the National Science Foundation.
"I'm honored to receive the Bammy Award on behalf of ClassDojo. I've been a teacher using their product since 2001, and I can't tell you the joy that it brings to my children and how the parents really appreciate the communication back and forth. So thank you, ClassDojo, for asking me to accept this on your behalf," Erin Klien, teacher and Academy member.
About the Bammy Awards
Modeled on the broad scope of the Oscars, Grammys and Emmys, the cross-discipline Bammy Awards accepts nominations in dozens of disparate categories, including teachers, principals, superintendents, school nurses, education advocates, researchers, early childhood specialists, education journalists, school custodians, parents, education technology developers and other members from across the education village. Submissions for the EdTech Awards include a visibility package option for new product launches. The visibility bundle includes radio interviews with company spokespersons, promotional video, inclusion in the Bammy Awards Edtech Directory, social media promotion and the chance to make the 2015 Bammy Awards EdTech Top 50 list.
About the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences
The Academy is comprised of over 300 prominent education leaders, including Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, professor of education at Stanford University; Diane Ravitch, former Assistant Secretary of Education; Dr. Timothy Shriver, CEO of the Special Olympics, Brian Lewis, CEO of ISTE, Gary Knell, CEO of National Geographic, and the  directors of NAESP, ISTE, AASA, PTA, NASN, ASBO and NASSP.

Museum of Science, Boston Awarded 100Kin10 Fellowship

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Four employees from the Museum of Science’s National Center for Technological Literacy® have been selected to participate as a team in the 100Kin10 Fellowship Program. The new grant-making effort is designed to address a critical need in the nation's schools--the lack of engineering-related programs for K–12 students.
The program aims to help teams from organizations with ideas for new engineering programs to fine-tune their ideas during a 10-week period where they receive support, resources, and feedback from each other and outside experts. Fellows then apply to 100Kin10 for a one-time grant that will help make their ideas a reality.
The Museum’s 100Kin10 fellowship team includes Patti Curtis, director of NCTL’s Washington, DC, Office of Government Relations, and three staff members from NCTL’s Engineering is Elementary® (EiE®) project: Dr. Cathy Lachapelle, research and evaluation program manager; Martha Davis, senior multimedia developer; and Kate Sokol, operations coordinator. EiE supports engineering education in grades K-8 nationwide through curriculum development, professional development delivery, and rigorous research.
The nonprofit 100kin10 is a national network of academic institutions, nonprofits, foundations, companies, and government agencies created four years ago after President Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology released a report calling for recruitment and training of at least 100,000 new middle-school and high-school science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers over the next ten years.
"Engineering is critical in our 21st-century economy, but there’s this huge mismatch between what’s happening in K-12 schools and what our economy and society needs of its citizens and workers," said Talia Milgrom-Elcott, the 100kin10 executive director.
The 100kin10 Fellowship Program was created with a $7.5-million seed grant from the New York Attorney General’s office, the bulk of a settlement with the Pearson Charitable Foundation, and $500,000 from the Simons Foundation. Awards will range from $25,000 for early-stage ideas to $500,000 for more complex or fully formed plans.
About the Museum of Science, Boston
The Museum of Science, Boston is the nation's first science museum with a comprehensive strategy and infrastructure to foster technological literacy in science museums and schools across the United States. Having reached an estimated 8.3 million students and 90,200 teachers, its NCTL also received the National Science Board's Public Service Award in May 2015 . One of the world's largest science centers and Boston's most attended cultural institution, the Museum of Science introduces about 1.4 million visitors a year to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) via dynamic programs and hundreds of interactive exhibits. Founded in 1830, the Museum was first to embrace all the sciences under one roof. Highlights include The Science Behind Pixar, the Hall of Human Life, Thomson Theater of Electricity, Charles Hayden Planetarium, Mugar Omni Theater, Gordon Current Science & Technology Center, 4-D Theater, and Butterfly Garden. The Museum also leads a 10-year, $41 million National Science Foundation-funded Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network of science museums. Visit:

Enlightened, On-Ramps to Careers and Mayor Invest in DC’s Future Through STEM Internships

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Enlightened, Inc. and On-Ramps to Careers lead Public and Private Sector Partnerships to Provide Internships to DC Youths

ORTC, Enlightened Inc. Chamber and Mayor Bowser kick off Summer Internships 2015. via @OnRampsTC

WASHINGTON (June 29) |  Mayor Muriel Bowser and the DC Department of Employment Services kicked off the first day of the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) today with Enlightened, Inc. ("Enlightened"), a leading provider of Information Technology (IT) consulting services and On-Ramps to Careers, Inc. (ORTC), a non-profit partnership that has enlisted twenty tech organizations to provide over 120 I.T. summer internships for DC students since 2013.
Enlightened will host seven technology interns this summer in support of both the Mayor’s Men and Boys of Color (MBOC) Initiative and On-Ramps to Careers, Inc. These internships are among over 150 that will be created by the MBOC and On-Ramps to Careers in 2015.
On-Ramps to Careers, Enlightened, Inc., the DC Chamber of Commerce, the Athetech program at Microsoft Corporation, and the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation have collaborated with the Executive Office of the Mayor, Department of Employment Services (DOES),and DC Public Schools (DCPS) to support the Mayor's initiatives and create economic opportunities for DC young people, especially young men of color.
"In order to create effective pathways to the middle class, we need to make sure that the next generations of Washingtonians have the tools they need to live, work, and thrive in the District of Columbia," said Mayor Bowser. "This program will help give young men the experience they need to succeed in the workplace."
During the spring, Mayor Bowser issued The Audacity Of Hope Book Challenge to 100 young men of color who were students in several public and public charter high schools throughout the District. These young men agreed to read President Barack Obama's book, The Audacity of Hope, during their winter break, and to return with five recommendations of programs to ensure that more young men of color in DC achieve success. The Mayor’s Men and Boys of Color internship program emerged from their recommendations.
Twenty companies and agencies have also joined On-Ramps to Careers as intern hosts for DC technology students, including Microsoft’s AthleTech program, Accenture, Limbic Systems, ABC Imaging, the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association, Environmental Defense Fund, Computer Science Corporation, the Advisory Board, National Transportation Safety Board, JMA Solutions, Cisco Systems, Georgetown University, Living Social the DC Chamber and others.  Through On-Ramps, they are hosting 60 students, 15 to 19 years of age, from the city’s National Academy Foundation academies of IT and Engineering and other career programs at Cardozo, Dunbar, Friendship Collegiate, McKinley Technology, Phelps, and Wilson High Schools in Washington, DC.
The purpose of the internship programs is to ensure that DC youths have a greater connection to jobs and career pathways. "The fundamental goal is to guide, mentor and prepare youth for a bright and successful future," said Antwanye Ford, President & CEO of Enlightened.
In an effort to reach as many youth as possible, including young women of color, Enlightened CEO Antwanye Ford joined On-Ramps to Careers Board as its Chair.  “This is a great opportunity for our city’s youth and for Enlightened to invest in our future” Ford commented.  “We want to serve as a model and inspiration for other businesses committed to economic opportunity for youth.”  Robert Holm, a founder of On-Ramps and now Director of the IT Academy at McKinley Technology High School added, “There are well over 20,000 technology job openings in this region each year, and DC young people need the opportunities to prepare for them.”
About On-Ramps to Careers
On-Ramps to Careers is a non-profit partnership that helps DC young people earn internships with leading technology organizations.  On-Ramps' internships and mentors help develop students’ skills, excitement and networks to pursue STEM degrees and careers.  On-Ramps has worked with OSSE, DCPS, the NAF Academies and six DC schools to provide over 120 technology internships for DC students since 2013.  AT&T, Enlightened, Inc., SAP and the DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education serve as founding funders.
About Enlightened
Enlightened is an award winning company that provides Cyber Security, IT and management solutions to resolve complex business problems for federal, state, and local government agencies.  Enlightened holds GSA IT-70 and MOBIS schedule contracts, and is certified as a HUBZone and Small Business by the Small Business Administration. For more information please visit

zSpace Unveils World’s First All-in-One Virtual Reality Solution for Education

The following is a press release from PRWeb.
zSpace Inc. (, a leading-edge technology company, today announced the world’s first all-in-one desktop virtual reality solution for education. Introduced at ISTE 2015, zSpace for Education is a streamlined hardware and software solution that allows students to manipulate virtual, 3D objects ranging from human hearts to helicopters to learn concepts such as math, physics, engineering and biology.
Tens of thousands of students across the country are already learning with zSpace STEM labs. Previously, the zSpace system consisted of a virtual reality monitor and separate computer. To develop the new all-in-one product, zSpace collaborated with Foxconn Technology Group, the world’s largest electronics contract manufacturer. The partnership will lead to greater availability and lower cost for schools, which typically purchase a zSpace STEM lab: a set of 12 student virtual reality stations and a teacher station, each outfitted with an interactive stylus as well as a wide variety of educational software. For a video demonstration, click here.
“The zSpace for Education all-in-one system is more advanced and simpler to use,” said Paul Kellenberger, CEO of zSpace, Inc. “We want to radically change how people use technology in schools. We do not live in a flat world. Our goal as a company is to bring this type of interactivity and virtual reality to as many people as possible, and zSpace for Education makes that possible in schools.”

New Services Connect Education Influencers with High-Quality Education Technology Brands

The following is a press release from PR Newswire.
On June 26, two new services were launched to connect high-quality education resources, products, and services with passionate educators. The first is SyndicatED, a brand management practice for educators with robust social media influence and strong demand for their expertise. SyndicatED helps education influencers manage the rapidly growing requests for their insights and related social media services. SyndicatED also helps high-quality education companies find and quickly develop relationships with education influencers who value their technologies, teaching tools, and resources.
To find the right match between educators and brands, SyndicatED leverages one of the most extensive networks of relationships in the education community. Kicking off the launch of the new service, educators and leading social media influencers Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher) and Angela Maiers (@AngelaMaiers) have signed exclusive agreements with SyndicatED to represent their interests and selected social media properties. SyndicatED is an affiliate of BAM Radio Network (BRN),  a trusted resource across the education community.
Responding to the surging interest in on-the-go professional development through education podcasting, BRN has also launched EdVoice. The EdVoice program matches education influencers who host professional development radio shows and podcasts with creators and suppliers of education apps, tools, and resources. These key influencers either have an extensive social media reach or lead robust online communities. Communities include connected educators, teachers, the maker movement, the flipped classroom movement, school principals, school superintendents, and school business officials. This week 31 education influencers, connected educators, and education podcasters signed agreements to be represented in the program for the back-to-school season.
"We are excited to introduce these two programs in time for ISTE and back to school. This is the time of year when educators explore, consider, and share new resources," said Errol St.Clair Smith, managing director of SyndicatED. "Relationships matter deeply in education and trusted relationships take time to develop. SyndicatED helps emerging brands save time, get the attention of education influencers, and more quickly develop the critical relationships necessary for successful product launches."


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