Tech Showcase: February roundup

The ed-tech market welcomed a slew of new products, solutions and offerings this month. If you missed our TCEA 2016 product roundup, you can view them here and here. Here’s a roundup of what we covered in February in SmartBrief on EdTech’s weekly Tech Showcase:
Infographic offers ideas for closing gender gap in STEM
Women make up 24% of the science, technology, engineering and math workforce, according to an infographic from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. This infographic offers an overview of women working in STEM and suggests ways we can close gender gaps in these fields.
Toolkit aims to help district leaders resolve “homework gap”
The Consortium for School Networking released a toolkit designed to help school leaders address the issue of digital equity in their districts. The kit discusses the “homework gap,” and steps districts can take right now to help resolve this problem.
Platform lets parents manage school enrollment, admissions process
SchoolMint is designed to help parents better manage enrollment and registration. The solution includes reporting and analytic tools as well as features for communicating between home and school. The platform is designed to integrate with student information systems.
Webinar to discuss using data to inform instruction
This free on-demand webinar, hosted by Apperson, discusses ways educators can use data to improve curriculum and inform instruction.
Students earn job certifications through online CTE program
Fuel Education has debuted a new online and blended learning program for career-technical education called Career …