CIO News

Grades are in: Digital learning gets more state attention

Report card gives some states' education policies failing or near failing grades

Creating tech-savvier teachers

46 percent of teachers say they lack the training needed to use technology effectively with students

As clock ticks, experts propose online assessment to-do checklist

Districts must have sufficient bandwidth and hardware

Protecting student data in the age of marketing and advertising

When administrators contract with a third-party vendor, schools are subject to that vendor’s privacy policies

Three school leaders win NASSP’s 2014 Digital Principals Award

Blended learning models taking hold in California schools

Elementary schools using different model than are high schools

Wave of mobile devices stresses school bandwidth

Most school networks are designed to support one computer per five students

YouTube in the classroom: A new necessity?

Some say YouTube’s library of educational content allows educators to teach more creatively

Report: Administrators – not IT staff – lead app adoption

Survey says principals are leading the charge

Lack of school tech leaders slows progress

Cash-strapped districts can consider sharing a CIO with a neighboring district

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