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Transfinder helps a K-12 district eliminate dangerous stops, save $80,000 per year and deal with a driver shortage. Sponsored content by Transfinder.
Marketing a school brand is important in our mobile, social media world. What school doesn’t need to tell its story? Having reliable communication channels that positively promote a school brand […]
Do mobile devices belong in the classroom?
Most states have struggled for several years to address teacher shortages, often filling the vacuum with underprepared educators who aren’t able to give children the high-quality learning they need. These […]
Given the data around the number of new teachers leaving the profession within their first few years, it’s clear that efforts toward retaining teachers must begin as early as possible in a teacher’s career.
A look at how educators are using artificial intelligence, and virtual and augmented reality in blended learning classrooms.
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.
Superintendent Kaine Osburn saw passage of a $77.6 million building bond issue and the establishment of a strategic plan.
K-12 schools around the country select new products and services.
K-12 districts have been finding success when offering activities that allow parents to learn alongside their children.
On their blogs and Twitter feeds, K-12 thought leaders provide an anytime, anywhere personal learning network that covers everything from #leadership to #diversity to #lessonplanning to #edtech. Here’s a sampling.
These challenges or stunts range from harmless to horrifying. To help keep students safe, educators and parents should talk with and get students to think, acknowledge peer pressure and stay (somewhat) up to date.