'Edtech Genome Project' seeks to guide billions in edtech spending

Within 45 days, agencies must appoint a software manager to oversee license and agreement inventories, and begin reporting progress in their license management by Nov. 30.

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by Emily Bamforth • 2 weeks ago

As the new chair of the National Governors Association, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said he intends to use his home state as an example of computer science education expansion.

by Benjamin Freed • 1 month ago

Research from BlackBerry aims to help K-12 schools and universities identify a trojan horse virus that's being used by operators of the PYSA ransomware.

by Benjamin Freed • 1 month ago

The department has not done enough to tell K-12 schools they can use their COVID-19 relief on cybersecurity, Sens. Mark Warner and Susan Collins wrote in letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.

by Benjamin Freed • 2 months ago

Six school districts around the country will receive $500,000 in services from the computing giant to help defend themselves against threats like ransomware.

by Colin Wood • 2 months ago

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey approved a $282 million appropriation for schools and universities from the state's Advancement and Technology Fund.

by Jake Williams • 2 months ago

After more than 20 years at Dell Technologies, Steve Harris will join Ellucian's executive leadership team to lead its revenue generation operations.

by Benjamin Freed • 4 months ago

Reps. Jim Langevin and Doris Matsui said Education Secretary Miguel Cardona should make clear to schools they can use stimulus funds on cybersecurity purchases.

by Colin Wood • 4 months ago

VR simulations dramatically improved students' self-reported confidence with their career options after high school.

by EdScoop Staff • 4 months ago

The former CIO of Minneapolis Public Schools talks about the need to invest in modernized solutions to deliver ‘security without compromise.’

by Benjamin Freed • 4 months ago

Flaws in a popular classroom management platform could allow malicious actors to pose as teachers and trick students into opening malware, according to McAfee.

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