ABCs and Neurobiology
This chief innovation officer is on a mission to give all students in his Texas district access to high-level sciences, and he’s helping other K–12 districts do the same.
This redesigned whiteboard provides a seamless and simplified user experience.
This network appliance offers budget-friendly protection and options to tailor access to different users.
The Real Deal on Esports in K—12 Schools
As the popularity of gaming booms in educational settings, it’s important to dispel persistent myths.
When investing in video surveillance, district administrators should consider many factors such as location, bandwidth, and relevant laws.
Subatomic physics is advanced even for some scientists, but there still are ways to introduce the topic to high school students.
Online resources such as Google Classroom can help school administrators organize resources and time.
With cyberattacks on the rise, K–12 district IT teams are fighting back to keep sensitive information and networks safe.
Rebuilding After Disaster
After their schools were destroyed, administrators used technology and modern classroom design to offer continuity for students and faculty.
Pathways to the Future
At its best, career and technical education uses technology, real-world experiences to prepare students for post-secondary success.
This Old School (And Its New Tech)
District leaders work to ensure even historic structures have the modern devices today’s students need.
Room to Learn
The way students learn has evolved with the times and schools are adapting to these changes in innovative ways.
CoSN’s 2020 annual conference will focus on the swiftly moving tech landscape in education and strategic ways for leaders to keep up.