The digital divide and the opportunity gap. These are two of the closely related and defining issues that educators and administrators are grappling with today. At DeKalb County…
Planning is a big part of any initiative. Here’s how to plan a better one-to-one program The word is out. ... Read more
After the Chromebooks and iPads are distributed, admins and IT teams must keep breaking down silos and asking the tough questions. Here's how some districts are seeing success.
Not all successful one-to-one programs are alike. But they do share some common ground.
Ed-tech expert Kathy Schrock weighs in on mixed platform device solutions for all grade levels and suggests her ideal device combos for every grade level.
By all accounts, Chromebooks are the device of the moment. But why? We look at the reasons Chromebooks are surging in schools.
Not all one-to-one implementations are smooth sailing. From filtering and training to server crashes, here's what to keep an eye on.
Wherever you are on the one-to-one spectrum we have some advice to help you move forward and make the most out of these new resources in your classroom.
Best practices and PD tips for going one-to-one with Chromebooks When Lyle Evans looks around his district and sees that ... Read more
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…