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DHS injects $21.5 million into national STEM and cybersecurity curricula program
The National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center will receive 5 years of funding to expand its reach to a projected seven million new students.
Senator asks DeVos to review FAFSA privacy protections
Citing concerns about information privacy in FAFSA, Sen. Ron Wyden is asking the Education secretary to implement stronger security controls.
Man convicted after trying to exploit FAFSA vulnerability
Louisiana man used Donald Trump's Social Security number to fill out the digital student-aid form, hoping to obtain the president's federal tax information.
States are making progress on data 'report cards,' but shortcomings are many
Analysis from the Data Quality Campaign shows reports bogged down by lack of clarity, accessibility and jargon.
How education staff can help students claim available FAFSA money left on the table
Technology — specifically, simple, personalized text messages — can nudge students toward accessing federal student aid.
EdTech Hero: Kim Nesmith problem-solves student privacy issues in Louisiana
Nesmith has shepherded school systems in the state as they navigate "one of the most restrictive student privacy laws in the nation."
Four states offer four unique approaches to procurement
SETDA issued a set of case studies to illustrate "there is no one-size-fits-all" in adopting digital and personalized learning.
School IT specialists offer recovery guide to flood-stricken school districts
The Consortium for School Networking released a new resource to shepherd IT response to water damage.
SETDA resource helps states grapple with adopting digital instructional materials
Report from SETDA considers importance of leadership, accessibility, equity of access and acquisition policies in implementing digital instructional materials.
Cyber Innovation Center wants to weave cybersecurity into K-12 STEM instruction
Outreach director Kevin Nolten hopes schools will infuse the center's instructional resources into classes as part of a long-term, government-supported effort to build a cybersecurity workforce.