Districts Say E-rate is Critical to Their Learning Goals

Annual survey reveals that a majority of respondents said E-rate helps them obtain faster internet connections. In 2017, a large majority of E-rate applicants (87 percent) said the federally funded program is vital to their internet connectivity goals, according to an annual survey that tracks program applicants’ perspectives on the program. In the midst of leadership changes in the White House and the FCC, as well as education budget cuts, ed-tech stakeholders have raised questions regarding the promise of the E-rate program to deliver safe...

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School Administrators and their Data Driven Purchases

School systems, nationwide, are utilizing the power of data daily. Data helps drive school improvement, from test scores to school climate, and even parental and community involvement. It is safe to say that data...

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Raising the Professional Development Bar To Elevate Educators

Teacher professional development has gotten a bad reputation over the years: “sit and get,” “sage on stage,” “one and done,” “irrelevant,” “boring”; the list goes on. Combined, federal, state, and local spending on professional...

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Does “Traditional” Teaching Still Have a Place in Our Classrooms?

There is a push across the country to flood our schools with technology. Along with the devices and additional connectivity comes a flood of questions from educators: How do I have time for one...

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An Inside Look into New School Initiatives — and How to Market to Them

Project based learning. Personalized learning. Blending learning. These aren’t just buzzwords in the education space. These are real teaching and learning methodologies that schools are implementing, or are planning to implement in the near...

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