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When more energy-efficient new facilities are built in Bend La-Pine Schools, administrators determine where similar energy upgrades can be made to older buildings.
Educators in Newport News Public Schools were steadily working their way through a five-year 1-to-1 plan to provide all students with laptops when the COVID pandemic struck.
Superintendents should be receptive to listening to their CIOs and be able to respond to questions during a crisis.
A District Administration Web Seminar Looking beyond the current school year and financial impact of the pandemic, school systems have learned the hard way that technology is nonnegotiable–they must think […]
Extension of USDA free meals program through the end of 2020-21 was met with overall relief by educators. However, some are concerned applications will drop.
Conducting an equity audit requires administrators to take an honest look at the experiences of the district's students, staff and community members.
This Alabama school district has leveraged technology to dramatically improve student outcomes and overcome challenges, including a successful pivot to hybrid learning during the pandemic
Thanks to the COVID-era shift to remote instruction, an early winter storm did not give students in some Midwest districts what they might have eagerly expected: a snow day.
Nazareth College's School of Music faculty spent months designing and sewing the masks that have small openings specialized to fit each students' instrument.
Overhaul, build consensus, update and influence are the four keys to an emerging theory for making decisions during the uncertainties of the COVID-era.
Addressing trauma and discrimination are key strategies for protecting student data and privacy as the ongoing COVID pandemic requires schools to stick with online learning.
Getting new technology into schools in rural villages is very costly, so school districts must be very careful in stretching every dollar received.