With the influx of new technologies and instructional models, districts must ensure they are effectively leveraging these resources and that their digital infrastructure is safe, accessible, and sustainable. eSchool News has compiled the latest edtech and funding best practices to ensure the success and longevity of your school’s digital future with innovation and security at the center.
With cyberattacks increasingly aimed at educational institutions, student and educator safety is a top priority. In this webinar, cybersecurity and school district IT experts will share tips on how to implement the Microsoft tools and systems to ensure your IT is safe, accessible, and easy to manage.
Jefferson County Schools received nearly $120 million from a dozen federal programs and funded more than 140 additional FTE teachers and support staff. Read this white paper to find out how they managed the enormous job of tracking and reporting grant-supported activities.
Digitizing workflows is essential for maintaining business continuity in the event of another pandemic or emergency. And with more than $190 billion in pandemic relief aid available to K-12 schools, now is the perfect opportunity for K-12 districts to digitize their back-office systems if they haven’t done so already.
When was the last time you revisited your acceptable use policy (AUP) to ensure it was current and protecting your students and district? Download this free guide to keep your AUP up to date, your district secure, and your students protected.
Supplemental instruction in an individual or small-group setting is a valuable way to support classroom learning, especially for students who struggle to keep up—and especially with the pressing need for interventions outside of the classroom.