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District Administration, May 2012
Tech Funding in the 2013 Proposed Budget Remains Integrated
Technology marketplace will be more efficient in addressing various school and student needs in the coming school year, says Cator.
4G Bridges the Digital Divide in Rural Areas
President Obama hopes to bring high-speed wireless Internet to all rural areas in the next five years.
Not Your Mother's Student Information System
Districts demand integrated solutions, in addition to parent portals and mobile access—all while saving costs.
District Administration, April 2012
Q&A: Scott Smith, Chief Technology Officer, Mooresville (N.C.) Graded School District
The U.S. Department of Education uses this district as a prime example of a district doing it right
Judy Faust Hartnett
Tech @ Work
Creating a Robust and Safe BYOD Program
Plan to upgrade your district’s infrastructure for increased capacity and security.
District Administration, March 2012
FCC Continues with Apple’s e-books Momentum
The FCC released plans to get all U.S. students, from kindergarten through the 12th grade, using electronic book titles by 2017—in five years.
Whiteboards Engage Autistic Students in Social Learning
Although touchscreen tablets work well as personalized tools, they cannot be a replacement for interactive whiteboards, which help autistic students with social learning in a group setting.
Building an Ed Tech Dream Team
If you could put together a staff to make the most of educational technology in your district, what would it look like?
District Administration, February 2012
YouTube for Schools Makes its Debut
Many districts have blocked YouTube saying it was a distraction. Its new portal, however, offers solutions to teachers.
Mobile Learning’s Impact on Mathematics’ Instruction and Achievement
An evaluation of a N.C.-based mobile math project found that not only did math scores increase, but teachers changed their manner of instruction and students were more engaged.
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