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Five key criteria we used to select a unified communications platform for our district.
Thoughtfully automating administrative tasks can free educators to devote more time to their passion: teaching.
Districts must take action with a three-pronged approach by identifying ways to improve service delivery, understanding where to cut operating costs, and engaging stakeholders regularly.
There are steps math teachers can take before, during, and after the summer break to minimize the impact.
With millions of dollars of ESSER funding still available, the smartest ed-tech investments are the ones that come with flexible and ongoing professional development.
Inspire thinking, monitor progress, prioritize SEL, and make screen time matter.
In order to turn learning loss into learning gain, we need bots that serve as personal tutors.
Districts can do better to ensure their students are effectively prepared for college and careers by administering readiness feedback surveys as early as middle school.
The right questions asked in the right way go a long way to strengthen the connection between schools and families.
What your district can do to support K-12 parents as partners in teaching appropriate digital behavior.
Despite criticism, the U.S. is still an engine of economic innovation because of its approach to STEM education.