Security strategies to protect K-12 school districts from modern threats

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 Colin Wood • 2 weeks ago

Courses in a new online certificate target educators seeking to “hone their instructional practice in the remote learning environment."

by Ryan Johnston • 3 weeks ago

Google will offer more than 40 new types of Chromebooks for schools this year, alongside new features to its cloud-based learning platforms.

by Colin Wood • 1 month ago

A new partnership with the edtech company Gale allows New Mexico students 19 years and older to earn their high school diplomas through their local library.

by Benjamin Freed • 1 month ago

The company plans to give six school districts $500,000 worth of its cybersecurity expertise to improve their defenses against the ongoing threat.

by Colin Wood • 1 month ago

Direct-to-consumer models are popular, but big firms like Coursera and CampusLogic continue to thrive, too, with encouragement from the health crisis.

by Betsy Foresman • 2 months ago

Teachers and child-care workers can make vaccination appointments through a new website to receive their shots as soon as possible.

by Betsy Foresman • 2 months ago

Connecticut education Commissioner Miguel Cardona would be a strong advocate for educational technology if picked as education secretary, predicted a former colleague.

by Colin Wood • 3 months ago

States agencies will seek feedback from teachers, parents and school-safety experts to develop governance for the technology's possible future use.

by Betsy Foresman • 3 months ago

In a letter to the incoming administration, a group of companies stressed the importance of technology to facilitate high-quality learning, the need for additional funding, professional development and the value of data in assessing students.

by Colin Wood • 3 months ago

In recognition of the growth of hybrid-learning environments, the university's Cybersecurity Education Consortium has announced plans to publish digital cirriculums.