Technology for Everyone
Sophia Mendoza, director of instructional technology at one of the largest school districts in the county, is focused on impacting the next three generations.
With high-end features, the economical new gaming desktop places competitive K-12 esports within reach.
Digital Learning Pitfalls
Schools are now using thousands of ed tech solutions. Here’s how they can protect their networks.
The growing use of environmental sensors can help curb vaping and bullying among middle and high school students.
Parent-Teacher Conferences Simplified
Sharp images, crisp sound and easy setup make this camera great for virtual meetings.
Why machine learning that generates images and video could have use cases in K–12 schools.
Countdown to Zero
Zero trust is not a panacea for school cybersecurity, but it can definitely help in some areas.
Can Your Cable Keep Up?
Here’s why cable categories matter when upgrading your school’s wireless networks.
By modernizing AV solutions, districts bring powerful learning, messaging and more to K–12 spaces.
Today’s career and technical education programs use realistic simulations to bridge the gap between the classroom and hands-on experience.
On the Money
To control cybersecurity costs, districts get creative: adopting emerging solutions, relying on external support and developing in-house expertise.
Daring to Dream
To guarantee digital equity, districts must look beyond devices and create a management plan for procuring, supporting and funding replacements.
The ESSER Aftermath
Schools say the one-time federal funds have been desperately needed to support classroom and IT infrastructure upgrades.
An Important Start
As K–12 districts spend down COVID-19 funds, schools will need long-term solutions.
Mission, Then Strategy
As schools continue to embrace digital transformation, district leaders must include these three steps in the planning process.
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