Edtech doesn't replace teachers — it augments classroom learning
Educational technologies take some training to deploy effectively, but ultimately they can transform classrooms, says an Indianapolis-area educator.
Five ways to close the homework gap
Commentary: By rallying community members and thinking creatively, schools can connect more of their students to the internet.
For better edtech purchasing, ask these 4 crucial questions
Commentary: Educators and industry experts weigh in on how to navigate the vast number of digital educational tools available today.
Security, wireless internet upgrades head to New York schools
The state will disperse another $85 million of a $2 billion education fund created through the Smart Schools Bond Act in 2014.
Google's 'App Hub' for educators curates quality tools, lesson ideas
A new portal for K-12 educators and administrators is designed to make it easier to find engaging tools that meet the most current privacy standards.
Tariffs on China limit students' access to technology, warn educators
Edtech companies say they must raise prices to stay profitable, which schools say is forcing them to cut back on critical resources for students.
Three ways edtech usage data can yield classroom insights
Commentary: Edtech researchers are drilling into data to find users who need extra help, said edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey.
Unlocking actionable data is critical for school districts, experts say
Commentary: K-12 school districts must get organized and make sense of their data to improve learning outcomes and protect student privacy.
Georgia district cautious on cybersecurity, privacy for education apps
Debbie Durrence says district technologists need to embed cybersecurity and privacy in vetting of edtech apps.