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E-rate is a crucial and dependable tool for connecting schools but applicants hope to see new services qualify for funding.
Engaging, effective and easy-to-use tools and instructional resources are just that—tools and resources. If COVID has taught us anything, instructors are our most valuable assets for student learning.
Featured speaker Brianna Hodges will offer insight on coaching, mentoring and leadership at the January conference.
Parkway Schools in Missouri is relying on tools including Acer Chromebooks to boost student equity and access to technology.
The COVID shift to remote instruction—when parents became their children’s second teachers—has made families more discerning about how students learn best.
Inspiring more minority students to consider careers in cybersecurity would help close the talent gap while ensuring that the technology workforce is more representative of the general population.
New law will result in more information for school leaders related to cybersecurity and online safety but requires no actions or impose new requirements for state or local educational agencies.
Monitoring is not quite the right word to describe the responsibility educators have when thinking about students’ online activity outside of school hours, a cyberbullying expert says.
Filling learning loss with learning gain is crucial but we cannot focus so much on catch-up that we sacrifice creative learning and discovery.
Education's immediate future requires taking full advantage of what worked during the pandemic as educators also guide students in regaining a sense of normalcy.
A data literate population is filled with lifelong learners of every age who turn to data to understand complex problems and answer difficult questions.