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Ed Tech Needs Will Increase, Educators Say

A majority (86 percent) of educators believe that technology needs in schools will increase over the next three years, according to a recent survey by the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education and Human Development and the EdTech Evidence Exchange, a nonprofit affiliated with the university.

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Google Has a New Credential Program for Ed Tech Coaches

Google for Education recently launched a new certification program to help instructional coaches better support K–12 educators using technology.

The Certified Coach program features a free structured curriculum and research-based, five-step coaching model focused on driving meaningful technology use in schools.

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Cybersecurity Still a Top Priority for Ed Tech Leaders

For the third consecutive year, cybersecurity ranked as the number one tech priority for K–12 IT leaders, according to “The State of Ed Tech Leadership in 2020,” a new report from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN).

Those surveyed indicated that their districts are “highly aware of increased network attacks in K–12 environments and are increasing efforts to thwart them,” but still generally underestimate the size of those threats, according to the report.

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