Data storage/content management

How collecting warm data can tell us more about our students

We’re likely to miss the root causes of drops in test scores and other issues because we don’t often collect 'warm data' about how our students are feeling.

5 ways assessment data builds a cycle of teaching, assessment and instruction

Armed with the right assessment data, educators can identify learning gaps, adjust class-wide instruction, spark discussion and collaborate with parents.

How technology supports student well-being while relieving teachers’ burdens

A.I. analytics of students' mental health data can help alleviate added burdens from teachers while ensuring their students’ well-being.

Iowa’s largest school district is shut down today due to a cyberattack

Des Moines Public Schools' cyberattack was discovered Monday morning and the school district’s internet and network services were taken offline.

Administrators, want to become an edtech savant? Register for FETC 2023

Since the pandemic, CIOs have voiced the fact that the abundance of education technology is here to stay. Our message to you is: Hop on the train.

Schools that don’t take these 3 steps remain vulnerable to cyberattacks

Schools lost more than four days on average to downtime and spent nearly a month recovering from the cyberattacks.

Students lack important data about themselves. Here’s what they want

Less than half of high school students received information about whether they’re meeting grade-level expectations or if they’re on track to graduate, a survey says.

Data breach: 6 ways to defend sensitive school data

“Data breach” is one of the scariest phrases a school administrator can hear. The leak of sensitive student and staff information can be a chilling (and expensive) problem.

How chatbots can power student enrollment and 24/7 family engagement

A chatbot can help school districts provide automatic responses to frequently asked questions, giving staff more time to provide personalized attention to more complex requests.

Why data is the key to improving your student assessments

If you're like most teachers, you've found yourself, at some point, delivering a lecture only to notice you don't have the attention of your class.

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