(PRWEB) December 08, 2016
With all of the technological advances in recent years, and as quickly as new technologies emerge, it's very possible for schools to fall behind in the way they integrate these advances in the classroom. If educators don't stay up to date on computer technology they may not be able to prepare their students for the world they will be graduating into. They might also find it difficult to provide services that build communities.
A new segment of "Front Page" with James Earl Jones takes viewers on a tour of the educational software that schools use to educate their students. From literacy to math, from biology to computer science, students can gain training and practice their new skills with software designed to react intuitively to personal learning patterns. Teachers can assign extra practice to those who need it and move the quick learner to the next level within the same classroom. Schools are also teaching software to the next generation of software developers.
The "Front Page" program profiles stories such as these, and new advances impacting the lives of consumers. Focusing on a variety of industries and topics, the educational program (developed for Public Television PBS Member Stations) continues to enlighten and inspire audiences. Viewers are invited to explore educational software with James Earl Jones in this segment of "Front Page".