Tags K-12

CISA-backed nonprofit announces 'National Cybersecurity Education Month'

by Emily Bamforth

Nonprofit Cyber.org expanded its cybersecurity education week to National Cybersecurity Education Month, in hopes of boosting collaboration.

How schools and students can narrow the homework gap via private networks

by EdScoop Staff

The expanded availability of Citizens Broadband Radio Service and new federal broadband funds bring new options for schools to go ‘beyond hotspots.’

Career development firm Emeritus buys STEM bootcamp company for $200 million

by Emily Bamforth

With the purchase of iD Tech, Emeritus executives said they'll span K-12 and career development education at universities.

The importance of deploying next-gen security in K-12

by EdScoop Staff

The former CIO of Minneapolis Public Schools talks about the need to invest in modernized solutions to deliver ‘security without compromise.’

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

by Sunny Suneja

What K-12 education leaders need to consider as they redouble efforts to secure remote and hybrid learning environments.

Securing the remote learning environment for school districts

by EdScoop Staff

Cloud adoption, the use of Chromebooks and remote learning challenges have forced schools to rethink their security strategies.

Rethinking the hybrid learning environment for K-12 schools

by Brad Saffer

Beyond the pandemic response, school districts have an opportunity to take advantage of their IT investments and modernize their approach to education.

How cloud delivers scalable security and connectivity in a remote world

by EdScoop Staff

With school districts launching into remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, cloud-based platforms are their best bet for stronger cybersecurity

South Carolina to use radio waves for extra K-12 internet access

by Colin Wood

Gov. Henry McMaster announced a $1.3 million investment in datacasting technology to ensure remote education access for about 5,000 students across the state.