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The problem with the SAMR model

As I have watched teachers at my own school attempt to use the SAMR model to both evaluate current uses of technology and to plan future ones, I have begun…

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Blackbaud signs pledge to respect student data privacy

Blackbaud, Inc., a global provider of software and services for the nonprofit, charitable giving and education communities, has signed the Student Privacy Pledge created by the Future of Privacy Forum…

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Videos showcase the 5 keys to being a good principal

WNET has launched School Leadership in Action: Principal Profiles, a free collection of videos that bring to life the five key practices of exemplary principals. The collection is available on…

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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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Ontario district implements cloud-based LMS Edsby

Edsby, a cloud-based education engagement platform that connects K-12 students, teachers, and parents using smartphones, tablets, and the web, has been selected by Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board (KPRDSB)…

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N.C. schools implement new LMS

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has selected Canvas as its learning management system. The contract covers all local education agency (LEA) and charter schools in North Carolina. “We selected…

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This school groups students by ability, not grade level

It’s after lunch in a combined fourth- and fifth-grade class at Walker Elementary School, and students are working on equivalent fractions. Students cluster around teachers in one of three small-group “seminars,”…

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Education On Air: Google hosts free online conference

Google for Education will host a free online conference about leading for the future and shaping the modern classroom. Education On Air will take place on May 8-9, and teachers, students,…

This innovative district lets students choose how to learn

Rather than imprisoning students in front-facing classrooms, one Kentucky district is instead trying to entice at-risk, and even low-risk, students to enjoy their education through a series of innovative and…

Why E-rate expansion is a must for our schools

The digital concept is so important for our schools today. That’s why especially pleased when, recently, the Federal Communications Commission and the Universal Service and Administrative Company extended a crucial…

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