SXSW EDU opens 2019 'PanelPicker'

by EdScoop Staff • 6 months ago

Cast your vote for session proposals for the 2019 education conference in Austin. Among them is "What's Driving K-12 Innovation?" from EdScoop.

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

by Wyatt Kash • 11 months ago

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

Education secretary urges SXSW EDU audience to ‘rethink higher education’

by Wyatt Kash • 12 months ago

Betsy DeVos and a panel of entrepreneurs highlight need for more agile ways to meet students’ needs.

How OER can help overcome the higher education equity barrier

by Jake Williams • 12 months ago

In addition to spreading access to knowledge, the digital-focused education tools can help lower the cost of education for students, experts say.

Effort to streamline and share IT security reviews gains traction in higher ed

by Patience Wait • 12 months ago

HECVAT is less popular with vendors than it is with college and universities, but the vendors are coming around, Baylor CISO says.

Districts evolve to keep up with CoSN privacy standards

by Patience Wait • 12 months ago

Education and privacy experts say the K-12 community is experiencing a broad shift around the issue of data governance.

​Moving past the myths in computer science education

by Alison Derbenwick Miller • 2 years ago

Commentary: Education experts address misconceptions and biases that impede progress on incorporating computer science into the nation's classrooms.

NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña on leadership in education

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

The head of America's largest school system shares 50 years of education insights at SXSWedu — and some advice for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

As personalized learning expands, edtech 'plumbing' is as important as ever

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

Education experts at SXSWedu see promise in the abundance of personalized learning tools — and pitfalls in the shortage of planning.

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