School districts are flipping education on its head with mobile and online teaching tools.
Survey Says and More
EdTech gathers the most important news, tips and social trends impacting K–12 IT today.
Past the Point of No Return
Leaders from the Consortium for School Networking make the case for focusing on VOI rather than ROI.
Exa Marks the Spot
This next-generation, high-performance computing technology looms large as a game changer for education.
Educators detail how and why stakeholders identified the device that drives Community Consolidated School District 21’s one-to-one program.
By the Book
These five tips can help teachers better integrate the Google Chrome–based mobile devices into instruction.
State of Mind
From coast to coast, state education leaders are developing IT programs to benefit all students within their borders.
Streamlining Made Simple
Convergence offers benefits — in the data center and beyond — that resource-strapped districts can’t ignore.
Get the Picture?
As far as document cameras go, Epson's DC-12 stands head and shoulders above the competition.
One Fierce Filter
This security appliance packs all the power of an enterprise solution into a box that’s affordable for budgets of any size.
Means to an End
District IT leaders share the stories behind their efforts to build a network that won’t impede or compromise instruction.
Full STEAM Ahead
3D printers, sophisticated software and other technologies are helping many schools incorporate the arts into their STEM curricula.
School of Thought
A fresh look and fresh content make the magazine (and soon, its website) even more engaging for readers.
A Texas teacher explains how students’ love of gaming can be leveraged to teach in-demand skills.
Should We Automate Education?
The author of a new book on “teaching machines” ponders the possible effects on teaching and learning.