With the right literacy solutions, instruction can happen anywhere, and educators can accelerate student learning. But which programs are the right programs? Read Lexia’s education insight to know which features to prioritize.
Cybersecurity is no longer something schools can take lightly. Because it’s hard to predict how technology will be exploited, K-12 leaders must assume that anything connected to their network is a potential target and prepare to be as resilient as possible. Here are 10 essential steps that every school should take to prepare for a cyber attack.
Ensuring students achieve grade-level reading proficiency is more vital than ever.
In this research report, we present academic findings on the challenges facing early literacy instruction, and the way forward for literacy programs in the future.…Read More
Although it’s based on decades of gold-standard research and instructional practice, the term Structured Literacy is fairly new in literacy education. In this education insight, find out what constitutes Structured Literacy, review the evidence that supports it, and get tips for implementing its components and principles in the classroom.
To move us closer to a more equitable educational experience for all students, it’s imperative that multilingual students have what they need to become confident readers and learners. Find out what works.
Download the report now to explore insights into the next 25 years of education and technology provided by Promethean’s Head of International Education Strategy, Dr. John Collick and renowned international futurist, Gerd Leonhard.
Education stakeholders highlight an international perspective on ed-tech integration
During the Consortium for School Networking’s (CoSN) 2013 senior-level delegation visit to Portugal, ed-tech advocates explored the country’s successful technology initiative and identified key takeaways for U.S. education leaders policymakers.
Portugal’s initiative grew out of economic decline, poor student performance on international tests, and sparse home internet access. In response, the government launched the National Technology Plan for Education, with an overall goal of creating a “knowledge-based society” and using technology and internet access to make the country’s education system not just current, but top-notch.…Read More