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Superintendents and their teams can analyze COVID trends in their own districts and surrounding schools with an online dashboard that will go live in September.
Families can better help their children succeed in online learning if schools provide timely and easy to understand data, along with resources to improve student performance.
Tracking data on the successes and failures of online learning lets educators make quick improvements as schools and students adapt to greater levels of remote instruction.
School leaders are under pressure to provide every student with a device for online learning in the fall as many districts plan to adopt some form of blended learning even if campuses reopen.
Scammers have been taking advantage of districts with phishing attacks as they transition to and maintain online learning. And as more solutions continue to flood the market during this time, K-12 leaders need to ensure faculty and staff are adhering to their data privacy policies to keep information secure.
A previous Districts of Distinction honoree obtains contact information remotely from an in-house data warehouse to help students during the coronavirus pandemic.
FETC speakers provide insights on what district leaders need to accomplish to start—and possibly complete—the cloud migration process in time for the upcoming school year.
This web seminar discussed how to implement predictive school operations in a district, and how this strategy can help administrators in any school system maximize their time, budget and resources. Custom content by Dude Solutions.
Digital citizenship and protecting student privacy in online classes have become of even greater concern for K-12 administrators since coronavirus shut school buildings down.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, President and CEO Barbara Rembiesa of International Association of IT Asset Managers provides advice for K-12 leaders sending faculty and staff home with school and district equipment.
An upcoming blockchain-powered solution is rolling out in 2020. Also, schools are partnering with PGE, Edupoint Educational Systems, Zayo Group Holdings and Canon Solutions America.