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K12 schools in Michigan, Alabama, California, Wisconsin and New Mexico select new products and services for security, assessment, curriculum and device storage.
For the second year in a row, the growing mental health needs of young people topped the priorities of the nearly 340 district leaders who participated in DA’s annual Outlook Survey.
Students and teachers in 2019 will gain more control—over everything from the topics they study to the technology they use to the types of tests they take.
In his first year as superintendent, Manny Caulk opened the new grant-funded office, created academic excellence strategies, redesigned high schools and launched a volunteer campaign.
Principals have a tough job. According to recent study, 50 percent of new K12 principals are not retained beyond their third year, so finding the right candidate is crucial.
When it comes to the qualities of a modern CIO, communicating and empathizing with staff during periods of change is as important as knowing the technology.
Educators look on the bright side (and the not-so-bright side) to predict where public schools will make the most progress and where they will fall short in 2019.
A discussion with the CEO at K12 Insight about how exceptional customer experience fosters a stronger school culture.
A recent report conducted by NWEA finds that high poverty—while linked to low achievement—does not generally equate to low growth.
As the school psychologist shortage grows, some districts have turned to telehealth to provide mental health care for students.
A discussion with the president of First Student and the AASA Superintendent of the Year.
Clovis USD’s communications department chose eSchoolView to help with CMS consolidation, website redesign and the rollout of new websites for 53 schools.