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Massive shift to remote instruction has driven education leaders to refocus on equity and their relationships with students, families and staff.
A report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education shows the domino effect of delays in embracing virtual learning from the spring to now
Mountain View Whisman is trying to close gaps for its underserved students but internet is a problem, even in the most high-tech area of the country
Addressing trauma and discrimination are key strategies for protecting student data and privacy as the ongoing COVID pandemic requires schools to stick with online learning.
Getting new technology into schools in rural villages is very costly, so school districts must be very careful in stretching every dollar received.
A Project Tomorrow study shows that despite the quick shift to remote learning during COVID-19, educators, children and their parents have embraced technology like never before
As with other areas of school safety, technology is playing a role in helping to ensure the ride to and from school is incident-free.
A District Administration Web Seminar This fall, Nixa Public Schools adopted a hybrid model that supports in-class and online learning for families who are not comfortable with bringing their children […]
Educators in Newport News Public Schools were steadily working their way through a five-year 1-to-1 plan to provide all students with laptops when the COVID pandemic struck.
As many as 3 million of the country's most marginalized students may not have returned to school—online or in-person—since the COVID closures in March, a new analysis suggests.
A new report from the Center for Democracy and Technology shows the need for K-12s to address the use of data, especially as ed tech becomes more prevalent