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New Jersey student with special needs dies after school bus ride; bus monitor charged with manslaughter

A 6-year-old girl with special needs died in New Jersey this week after her wheelchair harness constricted her breathing while she was riding a school bus.

Strategic & Financial Planning: Adapting from COVID-19 for Ed Tech Sustainability

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The importance of data access to district leaders

Making data-informed decisions has always been important to school district leaders, but given the disruptions caused by COVID-19, leveraging data has become even more...

New DA survey explores makerspaces, PBL and 3D printing in K12

A new DA survey of administrators from around the country asked how their schools are using makerspaces, project-based learning and tools such as 3D...

[Infographic] The Future of E-Rate

E-rate funding has transformed the ed tech landscape in schools. The federal program has been modernized many times, but new changes are being debated....

Survey finds many school phone systems are outdated

To better understand the current phone technology landscape in K-12, District Administration partnered with ENA to develop and deploy a survey of school administrators...

Computer assessments helping Arkansas district screen for dyslexia in K-2 students

Fort Smith School District uses Istation as a state-approved initial screener that also provides interventions and other resources to support teachers and students alike. Sponsored content by Istation.

Florida district enhancing professional learning with interactive online approach

To help teachers and staff continuously grow and to meet objectives of the District Equity Plan, ACPS uses Gale eBooks: Professional Learning, an on-demand experience that is personalized for the district's 2,000 educators. Sponsored content by Gale, a Cengage Company.

Video creation and digital storytelling boost student creativity, engagement

A Q&A with Krishna Menon, CEO at WeVideo. Sponsored content by WeVideo.

Teaching Reading: The Connection Between Student Literacy and Professional Development

In this web seminar, literacy experts Dr. Mary Dahlgren and Michelle Elia explored how teachers need to be smarter than their programs, detailed effective solutions and interventions, and demonstrated how to supplement and strengthen core programs and to adapt pacing for individuals.

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