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One state’s plan to bring better internet to schools and homes

Since 2003, OneCommunity of Cleveland has been connecting and enabling public benefit organizations across the state like schools, government agencies, healthcare, museums, and libraries with next-generation fiber optics. And lately,…

8 ways schools can become truly Future Ready

Ed-tech leaders say being Future Ready is more than signing a pledge. Here's their top advice for going beyond the adopting technology and starting to make real, measurable change.…

Students’ ed-tech opinions might surprise you

Students are more thoughtful about technology use than many adults give them credit for Students see equity of access as a key ed-tech challenge for their schools, and they’d like…

What should graduates look like in 10 years?

San Francisco’s Vision 2025 tackles technology and early literacy It seems an almost unknowable question: What will — or should — high school graduates look like in the year 2025?…

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Educating parents of the Siri generation

Educating parents of the Siri generation

In our digital world, some parents may feel lost at sea. Here's what they need to know to keep up with their kids online lives, and what schools can do…

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How to survive an ed-tech crisis

In successfully rebooting its one-to-one computing program after an initial setback, Guilford County has achieved what other districts with high-profile tablet missteps, such as L.A. Unified, have not been able…

The 3 trust questions to ask every ed tech vendor

Vendors need to answer these questions when establishing trust with administrators The educational technology procurement market is enormous: $13 billion is spent annually. Just last year a historic $2 billion…

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SEC launches informal inquiry into LAUSD’s use of bonds for iPads

The federal Securities and Exchange Commission recently opened an informal inquiry into whether Los Angeles school officials complied with legal guidelines in the use of bond funds for the now-abandoned…

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10 ways to use social media to pass bond issues

As the fight to get voter approval for bonds becomes more challenging, school district leaders and their supporters are tapping into Facebook, Twitter, and other forms of social media to…

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3 ways to avoid summer ‘brain drain’

Students and teachers usually can't wait for summer--students, to have a break from classes, and teachers, to catch up on professional development and reflect on the previous school year, all…

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