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10 digital citizenship resources

Students may be able to operate technology tools and navigate resources without a problem, but students don’t always realize that what they post or make public online, and…

L.A. students breach school iPads’ security

It took exactly one week for nearly 300 students at Roosevelt High School to hack through security so they could surf the web on their new school-issued iPads,…

U.S. school district monitors kids’ social media

A Southern California school district is trying to stop cyberbullying and a host of other teenage ills by monitoring the public posts students make on social media outlets…

Learn how schools are boosting safety for the new year

Back-to-school brings new school supplies, new ed-tech initiatives and tools, and, for many, improved school safety measures and procedures.

School districts around the country are doing their…

Teens largely self-reliant when it comes to online privacy

In the age of social media, online privacy concerns are a consistent issue. A new survey reveals where teenagers, who often don't realize the impact a digital footprint…

Reducing school emergency response times with X-ray vision

Emerging radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can improve school communications and emergency response times by increasing teacher and student visibility during emergencies.…

SAFE Around the Web

14 Tech Supplies That Made School Tolerable in the ’90s

Seat belts everyone! Time for an educational field trip on The Magic School Bus back to the 1990s, Mashable reports. The clunky technology of the '90s paved the…

How Educators Can Protect Students’ Data from Security Breaches

Every day, teachers are responsible for maintaining numerous logins, passwords, data, and other private information about their students, Mind/Shift reports. As chief technology officer in the modern century…

5 Common Core Supporters that You Should Hear

As the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation reports, it recently released a video about the Common Core State Standards which presents the facts about how the standards were…

‘I Want To Be An Astronaut’ Documentary Hopes To Emphasize STEM Education

Most of the time, one's senior project or master's thesis or even dissertation is a long paper ranging somewhere in length between a short story, novella, and maybe…

Why can’t his daughter take AP calculus?

Walter Fields’s 15-year-old daughter is a sophomore at Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J., the Washington Post reports. She scored advanced proficient on state math tests in middle… home security companies

How a District Ended Student Dropouts with Personalized Learning

Imagine, if you can, a school where students do not have specific teachers assigned to them, nor do teachers have specific students on their roster, EdSurge reports. Imagine…