Google is providing inexpensive devices, software, and useful services for teachers and educators.
Fedora, a new startup in New York, is attempting to completely change online education and allow teachers much more freedom and flexibility in how they teach their students.
Books by Doctor Seuss can be very helpful to children with dyslexia; their clean font, fun stories, and context-relevant illustrations have helped many children stay interested in learning to read.
Two previously unknown books by Doctor Seuss have been discovered and are going to be published, at least one of them as early as July. http://mashable.com/2015/02/18/new-dr-seuss-book/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link
This article explains why using learning differences to describe ordinary issues (using ADHD to describe mild forgetfulness or distractedness, dyslexia to describe occasional word confusion, etc.) generalizes those terms and can make the learning difference feel less legitimate to those who actually struggle with it.
OneNote for iPad is getting some powerful new abilities, including OCR and handwriting functions.