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As states see stricter laws and more protests regarding vaccinations, educators need to be prepared to enforce mandates and handle repercussions.
The fascination with digital books appears to have leveled off, so schools across the country are focusing on physical books, particularly for younger kids. Plus, an increasing number of parents want to build a home library to give children easier access to books.
The fascination with digital books appears to have leveled off, so schools across the country are focusing on physical books, particularly for younger kids.
With an estimated two-thirds of educational software underutilized, administrators need to ensure software use is effective and to avoid purchases that don’t meet school needs.
Tap into available grants for technology and professional development with this DA resource guide.
Current research examines issues in K-12 education, including digital learning policies, high school student credential attainment, and per-pupil spending in U.S. school districts.
Administrators can and should look at effectiveness research with a more analytical eye to gauge a program’s potential to improve learning. We provide five big tips.
One year after implementing the MySchoolBucks digital payment solution, a Texas high school essentially eliminated bounced checks, which had cost the school $4,000 in bank fees the previous year. That […]
Mitigating financial risk means one person alone never sells tickets or collects money at a Wayzata High School football game in the Minneapolis suburbs.
The latest K-12 edtech news from the nation’s capital, including studying the impact of tech on students, bolstering E-rate support and increasing children’s online privacy.
Attempts to control sexting among students can land administrators in legal and educational gray areas.
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