Classroom, Inc. News

September 30, 2014 Newsletters

September e-ClassNotes

We've got a new game on BrainPOP's GameUp! And we sat down with Classroom, Inc. Honorary Board Member Mary Meeker to pick her brain about all-things edtech.

September 29, 2014 Blog Posts

After the Storm: Day One – Now on BrainPOP’s GameUP!

We're excited to announce a short, standalone version of the game, After the Storm: Day One available on BrainPOP’s GameUp.

September 26, 2014 Blog Posts

September News RoundUP

The school year has kicked off! From increased scrutiny on the LAUSD iPad rollout, to new studies on how wealth gaps impact educational opportunity, we've got it all.

August 29, 2014 Blog Posts

#FirstDay: Share Your Memories

Throughout early September, we're sharing our favorite back-to-school memories. What's yours?

August 27, 2014 Blog Posts

August News RoundUP

Been on vacation? Been engrossed in your "beach reads" and no time to peruse the edu-headlines? We've got you covered. Check out all the news and blogs this month.

August 27, 2014 Newsletters

August e-ClassNotes

Did you know we served more than 2,000 students across the country in our summer of learning? Check out the list of schools in this month's e-ClassNotes.

August 26, 2014 Blog Posts

Games in Education Conference: 4 Things Game Designers Can Learn from Teachers

This conference is a rarity in that it brings together two groups of people who don’t often spend a lot of time together—classroom teachers and educational game developers.

July 31, 2014 Newsletters

July e-ClassNotes

We're spending the summer learning at education conferences as well as from our students and teachers using our new CCSS-aligned literacy learning game, After the Storm.

July 30, 2014 Blog Posts

July News RoundUP

School is out, but education news isn't stopping this summer. From the My Brother's Keeper initiative, to summer school, and the CCSS, we've got all the news right here.

July 28, 2014 Blog Posts

Games + Learning Releases New Survey Data

The second release of survey data from the Games and Learning Publishing Council quotes Lisa Holton, President of Classroom, Inc., on the positive impact games have on low-performing students.

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