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Why digital equity entails more than giving students devices

by Betsy Foresman • 1 month ago

Dewayne McClary, formerly with DC Public Schools, said educators must also teach students how to be digital citizens and develop integrated curriculums.

Edtech leaders are responsible for mentoring next generation, says 2020 NextGen award winner

by Jake Williams • 1 month ago

Eden Konja, the IT director at Notre Dame Preparatory School, said he appreciates being named a 2020 NextGen: Emerging EdTech Leader but that his focus is on sharing his knowledge with students.

CoSN, EdScoop announce 2020 ‘NextGen: Emerging EdTech Leaders’

by Jake Williams • 1 month ago

The winners, who come from diverse geographic backgrounds across the U.S., are recognized as the next up-and-coming leaders in K-12 educational technology.

COVID-19 could pave the way for edtech funding, equity

by Betsy Foresman • 4 months ago

School closures are underscoring technology's shortcomings in a way that could benefit education in the long-term, said technology researcher Amber Case.

CoSN moves conference online in response to COVID-19

by Betsy Foresman • 4 months ago

In-person attendance for next week's event has been cancelled and organizers will instead transition to a virtual format.

Voting opens for 2020 Emerging EdTech Leaders program

by Jake Williams • 5 months ago

Voters will choose the next class of NextGen: Emerging EdTech Leaders from a group of 12 nominees. Voting is open until Feb. 19.

Senate bill would order DHS to review K-12 cybersecurity

by Benjamin Freed • 7 months ago

New legislation would direct DHS to review of K-12 cybersecurity risks and implement guidelines to defend against threats like ransomware.

Nominations open for 2020 emerging edtech leader program

by Jake Williams • 7 months ago

The program, in its fifth year, is a joint effort between CoSN and EdScoop to recognize emerging leaders in the K-12 edtech space.

Why K-12 leaders should be smarter with edtech funds

by Jake Williams • 10 months ago

As CTOs look to a future beyond being the "break-fix person," tech can help them find efficiencies and improve services, one K-12 technologist says.

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