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DA guest columnist, veteran teacher and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth shares online resources for educators that not only connect students to specific content, but give them the opportunity to discover and pursue their interests.
Here are four K-12 districts being honored as Districts of Distinction runners-up for incorporating education technology in professional learning and in the classroom.
DA guest columnists Kecia Ray and Susan Gentz provide five considerations for district administrators looking to leverage coronavirus-related government funding opportunities.
A college advising coalition working to increase college access redoubles its efforts to keep high school seniors and juniors focused on college enrollment.
Districts of Distinction honoree Cherokee County School District is bringing game-based learning into the classroom (and online during school closures) by providing extensive training and PD.
A Q&A with Gina Kling, Mathematics Instructor at Western Michigan University and Author of Everyday Mathematics 4. Sponsored content by McGraw-Hill.
When West Geauga Local Schools and Newbury Local Schools began to consolidate for the 2020-21 academic year, Routefinder from Transfinder created new bus routes to accommodate new students without increasing ride times. Sponsored content by Transfinder.
In this case, Jefferson County Public Schools selects MySchoolBucks to accept and process credit and debit card payments in person and online. Sponsored content by Heartland School Solutions.
Every elementary school in Bernalillo Public Schools plots student progress according to monthly assessments on data walls that illustrate the positive impact that Istation has had in this diverse New Mexico community. Sponsored content by Istation.