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Five ways to close the homework gap

by Stacey Pusey • 1 day ago

Commentary: By rallying community members and thinking creatively, schools can connect more of their students to the internet.

For student privacy, this Austin-area district is one of the best

by Colin Wood • 2 weeks ago

The Leander Independent School District has become just one of a few school systems to earn the Trusted Learning Environment Seal from CoSN.

Unlocking actionable data is critical for school districts, experts say

by Colin Wood • 1 month ago

Commentary: K-12 school districts must get organized and make sense of their data to improve learning outcomes and protect student privacy.

How to plan for your edtech's total costs

by Stacey Pusey • 2 months ago

Commentary: edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey outlines the many ways that investing in technology is not a one-time purchase.

Essential elements for building a 1:1 teaching environment

by Stacey Pusey • 6 months ago

Many educators leave out important steps in revamping their learning spaces and end up with useless "hunks of plastic," says edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey.

5 ways edtech tools can support small group reading instruction

by Colin Wood • 7 months ago

Commentary: Though not a replacement for paper, edtech can enhance learning for struggling students says edWeb.net’s Eileen Belastock.

ISTE shows schools how to spend $1.17 billion on edtech in 2019

by Ryan Johnston • 7 months ago

The International Society for Technology in Education has released a new guide showing states and districts how to spend next year's federal funds.

How Georgia built a statewide K-12 model for professional learning

by EdScoop Staff • 7 months ago

Commentary: Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, tells the story of how a small team built a big online network.

How VCU's cyber-physical security system is keeping 32,000 students safe

by Ryan Johnston • 8 months ago

Virginia Commonwealth University CIO Alex Henson says recent upgrades are improving safety and tightening partnerships with local law enforcement.

How data can drive 'women in tech' policies for higher ed

by Angela Galik • 8 months ago

Commentary: Careful surveying and data analysis can confirm hunches about female student retention or disprove others, says NCWIT's Angela Galik.

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