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The effects can be devastating on students, but the right interventions and responses from districts and educators can make a difference.
Masking was effective in North Carolina in preventing COVID-19 spread both in classes and on buses.
Data-driven digital primary care system K Health has partnered with Baltimore City Public Schools to provide free remote health services to 80,000 students and their families through an app called K For Parents.
Cloud-based technology can provide a more secure and user-friendly system for school surveillance in cameras, IT said in Future of Education Technology Conference® presentation.
District Administration’s CIO answers five gut-check questions to help administrators and technology officers prevent future cyberattacks.
As the summer construction season approaches, this year has added new urgency to prioritize health and safety in school facilities projects due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, while the unprecedented level […]
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.
How thoughtful messages to parents and school communities can make a difference during crisis moments.
The behavior of digital self-harm is being red-flagged by researchers whose studies show it occurring among middle and high school students.
Survey of K-12 technology decision-makers shows that half of their districts did not offer guidance on this key piece before the start of the school year.
It isn't only the technology that might need to change in your school district; it also might be the mindset of all stakeholders including those at the top.