How School Districts Can Avoid Buying Expensive Technology That Doesn't Work

An expert recommends schools agree not to pay tech providers until their products prove effective.

Facial Recognition Tech Discriminates. Ten Questions to Ask About K-12 Use

Facial recognition technology is often significantly more likely to misidentify people of color, according to a new report.

Five Tips for Ed Tech Strategic Planning

Strategic technology planning can’t exist without in the trenches support. How do you prepare your technology department for this kind of work? In this blog […]

Social Media Archiving in Texas Schools

“What’s the retention policy for email?” asked a recent participant at the TCEA SysAdmin event. Another tough, companion question might be, “How are you archiving […]

Celebrate Ed Tech Appreciation Day!

Did you know that this year, December 4 is Ed Tech Day? Observed in early December, the day is designed to celebrate the professionals who […]

Who Belongs at TCEA 2020? You, of Course

Each year, thousands of educators, from district administrators to classroom teachers, meet at TCEA’s annual Convention & Exposition. They come to discover the latest trends […]

Technology Leadership Summit: Solutions for Your District

The expertise and leadership of chief technology officers and other district leaders is invaluable in today’s schools. Front-line educators, students, parents, community members, and administrators […]

Five Cybersecurity Tips for Newbies

It’s that time of year again, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). The October, 2019 theme is “Own it. Secure it. Protect it.” While NCSAM offers […]

TCEA Partners with Alertus to Offer School Safety Grant

Technology serves a number of functions. It can help educators create effective learning, assist in simplifying administrative responsibilities, and even help keep students, staff, and […]

Insights Learned From Your Speak Up Data

I am going to be very up front with my intention in writing this blog. My goal is to persuade school district technology directors or […]

Guideposts to a Shared Technology Vision and Plan

Want a road map that you can follow to shape, advance, and accelerate a shared vision? Need to craft a vision for empowered learning in […]

Are Schools Easy Targets for Cyber Threats? The Latest Report Says “Yes”

Ransomware attacks penetrated the defenses of 500 schools in 2019. The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center attributed only eleven incidents in 2018 to ransomware. When you […]

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