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FETC attendees using Microsoft Teams for teaching learned how the platform’s Insights tools can help in making informed decisions and in ensuring students’ emotional, social, and academic needs are met.
FETC keynote speaker Marcus Buckingham, an expert on talent at work, shared what administrators can do to build resilience in themselves and the educators on their teams.
From enhancements to its iPads to changes it made in upgrading its operating systems for MACs, the company continues to set the bar high for educators and students.
Digitizing a high school library boosts equity by expanding students’ access to books while motivating them to spend more time reading, media specialist Shawn Maas said in an FETC presentation.
He and others point to research studies abroad and in the United States that show a pressing need for students to be back in the classroom.
Many districts lack a coherent model for remote work. Here are five key areas to focus on.
From funding to increasing diversity among teachers, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools says it is important that they aren't forgotten in the next four years.
In Peter Gorman’s FETC 2021 keynote, he will share the elements of an aligned system that the highest performing school districts utilize to increase student achievement at scale.
Clarksville Montgomery Schools in Tennessee want to get all grades back in person and provide a layer of security for teachers and staff. but a slow rollout from the state is hampering those efforts.
Biden administration positions continue to take shape as Sheila Nix named agency's Chief of Staff.
Thousands of education and technology professionals will gather online for the first-ever virtual Future of Education Technology Conference. You can still register.