Teachers Want a Say
A survey by ed tech company Clever revealed a discrepancy in the types of educational technologies school administrators and teachers select for teaching and learning.
From Farm to Equity
Growing up on a farm gave Diane W. Doersch an up-close-and-personal view of the digital divide. After officially retiring as a district CTO, she continues to advocate for digital equity.
This portable and responsive gaming keyboard delivers a satisfying experience that puts K–12 gamers ahead of the pack.
Designed for K-12 from the Ground Up
The new Microsoft Surface Laptop Special Edition was specifically created for younger students and the IT administrators who serve them.
Storage Is a Mixed Bag
With cyberattacks against K–12 school districts growing, IT leaders want to know which better protects their networks — local or cloud storage.
Multifactor authentication alone won’t save school districts from unintentionally granting bad actors access to credentials. Here’s how to stop consent phishing attacks.
IP Video security systems are now smarter than ever. Get up to speed before choosing your next cameras.
In the event of a disaster, downtime can be devastating for K–12 schools. Ask these questions when putting your configurations in motion.
Ready Player Learn
While social media and gaming giants are investing heavily in the space, educators are using the metaverse for virtual field trips, STEM classes and physical education.
Two and a half years into the pandemic, schools work to solve digital equity issues that make it difficult for their students to get online at home.
K–12 schools with esports programs discover that competitive gaming not only prepares students for careers, but also increases student engagement.
Making Space for Virtual
With permanent, full-time virtual schools on the rise, K–12 districts are creating high-tech instructional spaces in buildings to support remote teaching.
Librarians’ unique expertise helps schools adopt and integrate technology for teaching and learning.
Equity and Innovation
Schools are building inclusive, technology-infused environments for all.
Show and SEL
Here are three ways teachers can use technology to support social-emotional wellness in K 12 classrooms.
A Clearer View
IT leaders in K–12 need visibility into their data on both a network and classroom level to simplify audits, manage budgets and improve security.
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