"Indiana Office of E"
Creative ways universities are recruiting women into technology
NCWIT's Angela Galik shares how schools are involving parents and reframing narratives to disrupt stereotypes around women in technology.
To track lead in drinking water, school districts go digital
A combination of EPA-approved water testing kits and facility management software is helping schools manage lead testing data.
South Carolina launches its first free statewide coding platform
The project, SC Codes, will offer beginner-to-advanced curriculum in coding for K-12 students and professionals considering a career change.
Technology may not stop a school shooting from happening, but it can still help
As districts grapple with how best to protect students and staff in an age of lockdowns, many are looking to advanced communications systems and facial recognition software.
Big Ten universities team up for first-of-its-kind cybersecurity collaboration
OmniSOC, a cyber-intelligence service, will protect five universities in the Big Ten by acting as a "neighborhood watch" for the internet.
Five emerging K-12 technology leaders who are changing the game
Ahead of CoSN's annual conference in Washington, D.C., EdScoop and CoSN announce the 2018 class of NextGeneration Leaders.
ISTE and Code.org partner to advance computer science education
The partnership comes as ISTE prepares to update its computer science education standards.
OER reaches ‘inflection point,’ and states are leading the charge
Special report: Changes in policy, perception and technology are propelling Indiana, Michigan, Utah, Washington and other states to build digital libr
Eight governors join coalition to expand computer science education
With these new additions, the total membership of the Governors' Partnership for K-12 Computer Science has doubled.
Voting now open to determine 2018 NextGeneration Leaders
The NextGen Leaders program recognizes rising stars in K-12 education technology. Winners will be announced at CoSN's annual conference in March.