Enabling Education Outcomes
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has identified its top three tech enablers that educators should prioritize to overcoming remote learning obstacles.
Blazing a Trail for Innovation
Miller, Director of Educational Technology for the School District of Palm Beach County, is leading efforts to boost teachers’ capacity to integrate technology instruction and be forward-thinking about new approaches to education.
The Reality of ‘Virtual’
A better understanding of the promises and limitations of integrating virtual reality in classrooms can help educators use the technology in more meaningful ways.
Boost remote classroom security with robust, high-value anti-virus software.
Space for Equity
A new approach to providing broadband through satellites gives reliable internet access to far-flung communities — including a Texas school district.
Most schools have significantly increased their device fleets. Here’s how to smoothly deploy and manage those devices.
An Esports MVP
With lightning-fast response time and crisp graphics, this monitor is a win for fans of video games and esports.
The More You Know
A thorough outside assessment is a critical step in any security strategy. Here’s what every K–12 IT leader should learn from one.
IT staff have been critical in implementing remote learning for K–12 schools. Looking back on this past year, four experts discuss the changing roles of IT staff and their importance to key players in academics and operations.
Schools and districts are partnering with governments and businesses to ensure that students and their families have reliable Wi-Fi for learning.
Everything Under Control
Device management takes on new importance during a school year when remote and hybrid learning are the norm.
As the number of cyberattacks against schools increase, districts are investing in more holistic and proactive defenses.
Are the Children All Right?
For educators and their students, a holistic approach to learning requires focusing first on essentials for survival such as food, shelter and emotional health — especially during a pandemic.