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Despite occasional shifts to remote learning, robust supports have been key to keeping students on track in 2022.
Cyberattacks are becoming more and more common in education, putting students’—and educators’—personal information and data at risk.
AI's prevalence is all around, but it is up to educators to embrace it and use intuitive technologies to fuel all students.
From Book Creator to Flippity, the four stars return to uncover the latest technology finds and add a lot of humor at the Orlando event.
Power panelists discuss how they transformed their districts and what they are hoping education embraces beyond the pandemic.
Speaker Brianna Hodges says technology is here to stay and creating magic for students must be a priority.
A majority of adults trust their schools to handle COVID but they also say preventing the spread of the virus is more important than keeping kids in classrooms.
Strong leadership and communication have been critical to administrative offices and all staff throughout schools.
Staff shortages in the classroom and elsewhere are the leading reasons some big districts have shifted to virtual learning this week, with administrators hoping to bring students back quickly.
More large urban districts have shifted to remote learning as teachers unions squared off with administrators in Chicago and New York over in-person learning.
Students and teachers in dozens of districts, many in the Northeast, will spend days to weeks on remote learning to start 2022 due to the latest COVID wave.
For the safety of students nationwide, it’s time for the conversation around potentially life-saving monitoring technology to change. Despite the criticism, it is not designed to violate students’ privacy.