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Cloud computing offers significant advantages to education but what do administrators need to know before moving forward?
After a year of experience with new technology, we’re in a much better position to make informed decisions about what is needed next.
Steps students and schools can take to secure student data, which is very attractive to cybercriminals because it often contains unblemished credit reports and perfect Social Security numbers.
Blockchain isn’t coming; it’s arrived. ‘This is a monumental shift in the way we approach records in education.’
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.
Many districts still have a paper-based workflow that costs time, money, and effort. Here's how to overcome the obstacles to going digital.
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.
Compelling students to turn on their webcams during online learning raises issues of increased data collection, implies a lack of trust, and conflates students’ school and home lives, advocates say
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.
The New Mexico district will soon be going back to full virtual instruction. For most schools, that would be bad news. But not for this technology team.
Data Quality report highlights promising strategies such as wider data sharing, transparency and local data tools.