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10/08/2019
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CoSN releases interoperability toolkit for K-12 districts

The Consortium for School Networking wants to help education IT leaders unify disparate computer systems and seamlessly share information. The group's new toolkit compiles interoperability resources CoSN has been releasing over the past year, including a self-assessment quiz, cost calculator and others. There are also new assets like procurement and communication tools. Colin Wood has more.


A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.


How a partnership brought broadband to a rural Indiana school district

At first, administrators at the Municipal School District of Warren County, Indiana, didn't think they could afford modern high-speed internet. Betsy Foresman has the story.


Digital instructional materials, OER rising in preK-12 classrooms

A recent report from the market research firm Simba Information shows digital materials are taking off in some subjects, but not others. Get the details from edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey.


Alaska unveils 'The Compass,' a K-12 school-comparison tool

State officials say the new online tool will help families make better informed decisions for their childrens' educational futures. Colin has more.


Los Angeles launches consolidated student data system

Administrators at the second-largest school district in the country say they want to save educators the time of sorting through antiquated databases. Betsy explains the move.


STEM education license plate appears in Nevada

Those who purchase the new design will see their proceeds go toward nonprofits that advance technology and computer science training and education. Colin has more.


Audiobooks can reach students who struggle with reading

Teachers at Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia say that audiobooks are improving access to grade-level content and helping students develop a love of reading that motivates continued improvement. Robert Low of edWeb.net takes a look.


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Maybe this is where EdScoop's Jake Williams will try out his 10 minutes of stand-up comedy about higher ed IT. Someone call Second City. See you next week, #EDU19!


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