District CIO

iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium

November 4-7, 2014
Palm Springs, Calif.

ISTE 2014

June 28-July 1, 2014
Atlanta, Ga.

Whole Child Symposium

May 8, 2014
Washington, D.C.

Pennsylvania tech school opens programs to high school students

For the first time, Warren County's technical school will open most of its programs to high school seniors interested in vocational training. Students will be able to enroll in automotive technology, among other programs.

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Florida district names career/tech ed chief

Pinellas school board members approved the hiring of William Hunt to lead the district's career, technical and adult education department following the retirement of Executive Director David Barnes. Hunt is currently Orange County's senior director of career and technical education.

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Tech camp started for Texas middle school girls

A freshman at Texas' Trinity University has started her own camp aimed at getting more San Antonio middle school girls interested in the technology industry. With a grant awarded by the National Center for Women in Information Technology, she founded the Trinity Encouraging Camp for Her (Tech Camp).

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New Mexico districts scramble to find funds to hire IT staff

Following news that the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation would discontinue disbursing funds, several districts in northern New Mexico must devise a plan to absorb the loss of funds it has depended on for years to supplement their science and information technology programs and to hire IT staff.

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Eleventh largest district rolls out Aerohive wireless

Aerohive Networks has been working with Palm Beach County School District over the past year to implement Aerohive’s wireless networking solution to support increased demands for classroom digital learning. A case study has been released about the implementation in the district's 185 schools and 13 ancillary facilities.

California schools tap into tech with iPads

With funding from the La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation, the La Cañada USD opened new tech labs at three elementary schools and an iMac lab at La Cañada High School. A combined $330,000 raised in two years helped fund the tech rollout.

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Ohio schools using training, tech as security measures

Schools across the state are also turning to technology to protect students. A $12 million school security grant program is helping schools install video cameras and intercom systems and purchase first responder radios. Over 3,800 Ohio schools have applied for the grant, evidence that safety in schools is a high priority.

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