Kajeet Extracurricular Blog

The Kajeet Extracurricular blog provides Educational Technology leaders the latest news and best practices on how to extend learning beyond the classroom and bridge the digital divide.

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Posts by Kajeet Extracurricular Blog

Bus Wi-Fi: Saving Time for Your Students

The average K-12 student spends 40 minutes per day riding the school bus. With 180 school days in an academic year, that means on average […]

Rolling Into Bus Conferences: STN and NSTA

It’s summertime. A time when most people think of basking in the sun, beach trips, and buses. Wait, what? If you’re in the transportation department […]

The Educator's Guide to ISTE 2017

In just two weeks over 15,000 excited educators will head to San Antonio for the ISTE 2017 conference. Are you ready to immerse yourself in […]

Addressing the Advanced Placement Equity Gap

Advanced Placement (AP) courses provide high school students a more challenging environment and an opportunity to take on college-level work, with the potential to earn […]

Digital Tools for Preventing the Summer Slide

It’s the end of the school year, and as students get ready for fun and relaxation, many educators across the nation are worried about one […]

Using Tech to Make Sure All Students Succeed

Children, as they say, are the future. Which is why for more than half a century, the United States has been committed to the education […]

10 New Grants for 2017 Ed Tech Initiatives

Education technology grants help schools provide additional learning opportunities for students, while increasing access, equity, and overall engagement. Spending on high-tech devices in schools reached […]

Improve Bus Behavior with Wi-Fi

School buses have always had issues with misbehaving students. Picture it. You have 50 or 60 students from various grade levels in a confined area, […]

Why Smartphone Access Isn’t Enough for Students

Ninety-four percent of families report having some kind of Internet connection, according to a survey by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop. But […]

Engaging Parents to Encourage STEM for Young Learners

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) has been talked about in the education world for years, and even recently it has changed to STEAM to add […]

Closing the Homework Gap in North Carolina

Five million households with school-age children do not have broadband access. This Pew Research Center statistic is frequently discussed in the education world and is […]

Top 10 TED Talks for Ed Tech

TED Talks have spread ideas since 1984 and continue to spark passion for a variety of topics, from business to education, or anything in between. […]