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DA's National Technology Leadership Academy will train your top technology trailblazers to successfully navigate the new landscape and help prepare all students to be global digital citizens.
FETC looks at how educators in three innovative districts innovated to keep students engaged in hands-on, career-focused STEM projects despite the shift to remote instruction.
Offering students a diverse and advanced curriculum, teacher shortages and broadband access will remain hurdles even as rural district emerge from COVID.
After schools shut down in March, student and teacher engagement with digital tools recovered faster in more affluent school districts.
Coding professional development for CTE and other tech teachers will lay the foundation for Syracuse City School District's role in a consortium formed to rejuvenate the the local economy.
FETC keynote speaker Superintendent Jill Siler loves her job 95% of the time. Pushing through the remaining 5% is the truest test of leadership and courage, she says.
FETC keynote speaker Bob Ward explores how schools can better prepare underserved students for a future with higher expectations.
FETC keynote speaker discusses how Title I schools, universal prekindergarten and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act could all see increased funding under the Biden administration.
The usual gang of ed-tech experts showed off the latest learning tools—with a focus on social emotional learning and virtual reality—at Friday’s FETC® highlight, TechShare Live.
District Administration's CIO answers five gut-check questions to help administrators and technology officers prevent future cyberattacks.
Project-based learning, real-world challenges highlight the learning initiatives developed by the latest Districts of Distinction honorees.
In his FETC keynote speech, superintendent trainer Peter Gorman shared the elements of an aligned system that the highest performing school districts utilize to increase student achievement at scale.