Five reasons schools need to address cybersecurity now
Commentary: Administrators should stop putting off IT security, and build a comprehensive plan today, says edWeb.net’s Stacey Pusey.
State coordinates first K-12/higher education Hour of Code
Hundreds of organizations celebrated the coding event this year, but North Dakota officials say they their state pulled off a unique feat.
How Georgia built a statewide K-12 model for professional learning
Commentary: Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, tells the story of how a small team built a big online network.
CoSN unveils top edtech challenges, tools for 2019
Ongoing professional development will continue to present the most difficult challenge to schools, new survey data finds.
There's a shortage of K-12 computer science education in the U.S., Microsoft survey finds
Industry demand for tech workers is climbing, but new data shows computer science is conspicuously absent from K-12 curricula across the country.
South Dakota's K-12 schools to get extra help on cybersecurity
South Dakota CIO Pat Snow says his office will start by searching for security gaps.
Facial surveillance, other school security upgrades raise eyebrows in New York
Districts across the state are funding new security upgrades in response to recent shootings, but critics say some schools are going too far.
Digital literacy the aim of Charlotte schools' 'Civic Tech Experience'
With $1 million from the Knight Foundation, the county intends to lose its status as one of the worst places in the U.S. for economic mobility.
ISTE wants to help your district sort out its app environment
ISTE members now have discounted access to a LearnPlatform tool that help districts organize their sometimes hundreds of apps.
Driving district master schedules by putting students first
Commentary: Eileen Belastock of Mount Greylock Regional School District warns not to position students as an afterthought in scheduling.