T-Mobile Hopes to Close the Schoolwork Gap with Free Data and Hotspots for Schools

T-Mobile is on a mission to connect students across the country. The telecom provider has launched an initiative to provide reliable tools like internet access, […]

COVID-19 Increased Security Gaps in K-12 Schools. Here’s How to Fix Them.

Pre-COVID, when schools were functioning “normally,” K-12 information security proficiency varied greatly from district to district. Larger school districts tended to employ dedicated cybersecurity professionals, […]

Teachers vs. Parents: Who Knows What’s Best for Students?

While in the midst of a pandemic, many educators and parents have one question in mind: how efficient will online learning be for students this […]

K-5 Students Experienced 2-4 Months of Learning Loss from Shutdowns, According to Illuminate Education Study

As students prepare to return to class this fall, there are many questions going through the minds of teachers. Many are wondering what schools need […]

Teen-Led AlleyOop Launches App to Get eLearning Devices Into Learners’ Hands

AlleyOop initially operated with a mission to provide sporting equipment and experiences to those who do not have the means of accessing them. Earlier this […]

Pandemic Student Study Habits Began to Vary by Income Bracket, According to Quizlet Report

As lockdown restraints loosen, many students and teachers are beginning to orient their focus around the next academic year, where social distancing and remote learning […]

Cyberattacks Across the U.S. Are Shutting Down Schools and Delaying Classes

The fall semester has just begun for many districts around the U.S. But already, some schools have been hit with cyberattacks that have ground classes […]

Are There Any Positive Pandemic Outcomes in Education and Edtech?

There’s no question that the covid-19 pandemic has devastated families, institutions, and countries around the world. More than 150,000 people have died from the virus […]

Online Learning Works – So Why are Schools Failing at it?

If you believe what many school districts, governmental officials, and even some folks in the media, the whole idea around online learning, as a result […]

Students of Color Were Closing the Achievement Gap. COVID-19 Is Projected to Erode that Progress.

In March, COVID-19 turned American education on its head. The nearly overnight switch to online learning was seamless for the few with experience with online […]

Focus on 21st-century skills: 3 Digital trends in K-12 education

With technology so widespread at work, at school, and at home, being able to efficiently interact with it is an essential skill for everyone — […]

The Digital Divide Affects Teachers Too

Though it has largely been closed at brick-and-mortar schools, the digital divide affects teachers and students learning from home at higher rates than previously thought. […]

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