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One word—phonics—kept coming up as a solution when educators in Georgia’s Lumpkin County Schools looked into why students were reading at expected levels.
Spreadsheets did not cut it for Rapid City Area Schools administrators keeping track of COVID rates among 13,000 students, 1,900 employees and 23 schools.
3D printing would appear to be among the most hands-on of the many educational activities that have been disrupted by COVID and online learning.
Acer connected Boston Public Schools with Learn21’s One2One Manager to more easily manage the district’s 100,000 Chromebooks.
The HSEL and Middle School Esports League are teaming up with education leader NASEF to bring more fun and more opportunities to students.
If your district is grappling with many communications tools patchworked together that can’t do what you need them to do, it’s time to consider a unified platform to help streamline the process.
Experts encourage superintendents to deploy even more comprehensive safety strategies as students who've been traumatized during COVID re-acclimate to school.
Perfectly sound furniture that might have ended up in a landfill now fills out a makerspace and activity lounge at Donald Meyer Elementary School.
When used properly, AR can transform the living room into an interactive learning center and make distance learning much more effective.
Without national standards, there is huge variation between what one school and a district in another state may be teaching students at the same level.
Sewanhaka Central High School District leaders leverage buyback program equips students and teachers with regularly updated iPads.