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Is return on investment achievable in K12?
For a rural district in Alabama, the answer is yes
3 changes that can help the class of 2030 succeed
The class of 2030 faces a very different future--but some key changes can position students for success
End-to-End Security in Education
To support new digital learning initiatives, IT teams in K-12 education are deploying and managing more sophisticated wired and wireless networks, without an increase in budget or resources. And as more technology is incorporated into classrooms, so are more security risks and vulnerabilities.
Using data to solve boundary challenges
Even the suggestion of closing a school can bring competing interests to the surface, roiling tensions. Muskogee Public Schools avoided the drama by leading with data
Data-informed instruction can affect every lesson; here’s how
Both formal and informal data are essential to informing instruction
Bringing Digital to the Classroom—Revolutionizing K-12 Education
The advent of digital technology has impacted every facet of society and business. Now, it’s an integral part of public sector organizations, specifically education. In March 2018, Dell commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a study to determine how technology has affected education institutions.
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