Teachers didn't like our professional development so we changed it. How did we know? We asked them.
First impressions are lasting. Here's how to make a good one with your school's website -- from navigation to multimedia elements.
Darryl Adams, DOE’s Ted Mitchell, and more share groundbreaking thoughts “These are not infomercials,” is perhaps the best way to ... Read more
Teachers and principals should play a greater role in selecting tech for their schools
The idea of treating students, parents and the school community as customers isn't an entirely new one, but it's still one that makes some school leaders balk. After…
Since 2003, OneCommunity of Cleveland has been connecting and enabling public benefit organizations across the state like schools, government agencies, healthcare, museums, and libraries with next-generation fiber optics.…
Students are more thoughtful about technology use than many adults give them credit for Students see equity of access as ... Read more
Vendors need to answer these questions when establishing trust with administrators The educational technology procurement market is enormous: $13 billion ... Read more
Technology tools and services are helping school leaders engage key audiences in new and important ways, from starting conversations with constituents via social media to participatory budget processes…
With as many as 49 percent of all U.S. adults using smart phones, according to Nielsen reports, it’s time to get smart about school communications as well.