The Flip Chart Reimagined
Energize collaboration with an ultra-smooth pen and an advanced interactive display.
The Business of Efficiency
A streamlined technology department saves districts money, but it also supports broad operational and academic success, Joe Phillips says.
Watch and Learn
With remote classroom observations, administrators can offer real-time feedback in a less disruptive way.
A Phishing Experiment
This K–12 district’s IT team tested employees’ knowledge of best email practices. Most did not make the grade.
As they develop plans to prevent data disasters, K–12 IT leaders should also weigh key questions about recovery services.
Designed for drag-and-drop security at satellite and regional offices, this device punches above its weight.
VDI and DaaS solutions can lighten the IT load for K–12 districts, but both have their pros and cons.
Superconverged infrastructure could make K–12 data center operations easier and less expensive, experts say.
More Than Just a Game
As esports make their way into schools, educators are seeing social and academic benefits for disengaged students.
A New World of Learning
Virtual reality offers students with autism safe spaces to practice social skills, prepare for new physical environments and master academic content.
Powering Up P.D.
Mobile devices and online resources are helping to make professional development more relevant and convenient.
The work of mitigating cyberattacks informs districts’ strategies to thwart future incidents or minimize damage should any occur.