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Digital citizenship is more than staying safe online, says ISTE's chief executive

by Ryan Johnston • 8 months ago

Students are taught to be polite and constructive in the real world, so why not teach the same principles online, ISTE CEO Richard Culatta says.

ISTE releases first-ever multi-disciplinary K-12 STEM guidelines

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

The competencies are intended to give all K-12 teachers, regardless of subject, a base for instructing computer science.

Meet the nonprofit easing the transition from campus to capital for civic-minded graduates

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

Govern for America has a network of over 60 recruiting partners in government and higher education for its first class of fellows.

As ISTE sees record-breaking year, it plans to expand conference series

by Emily Tate • 1 year ago

Specialized events throughout the year will focus on computer science, soft skills and digital leadership, ISTE CEO Richard Culatta said.

ISTE announces new edtech evaluation platform for educators

by Ryan Johnston • 1 year ago

The tool, powered by LearnPlatform, will allow ISTE members and other educators to share their experiences with over 5,000 types of edtech.

Education technology fares well in federal spending bill

by Patience Wait • 2 years ago

The Student Support and Academic Enrichment Program gets .1 billion, bucking the recommendations of the Trump administration.

Why technology is at a tipping point in U.S. schools

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

ISTE chief Richard Culatta and N.Y. Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia address lingering concerns about edtech at SXSW EDU.

Leveraging technology to redesign the higher ed user experience

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

Richard Culatta, CEO of ISTE, advises EDUCAUSE members on how to reinvigorate their institutions' user experience.

ISTE's new chief learning officer plans to lead push toward higher ed

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

Joseph South recently served as director of the Office of Educational Technology at the Department of Education.

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