What Remote Teachers Can Learn From Streamers

Students have gone back to school, but instead of heading to the classroom, COVID-19 has many sitting in a Zoom meeting. Teachers have been given […]

How Scheduling Software Can Help Parents Cope with Hybrid Learning at Home

The debate about returning to the classroom in-person has been ongoing ever since schools pivoted to online courses at the onset of the pandemic. Remote […]

Beyond Cybersecurity, Network Resilience Must Be a Priority for Schools

Classrooms today are rapidly evolving, and the issue of network resilience is becoming more important than ever. Even before COVID-19 expedited the need for distance […]

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, […]

Our Nation’s Education System Created the Greatest Generation. Can We Create the Smartest Generation as Well?

By Dr. Kenneth W. Eastwood  In modern history, during times of national crises our state and national governments deployed educational support and funding systems designed […]

Expanding the Future of History

  By Christy Martin, Ed.D. Recent politics has brought the teaching of United States History to the forefront. Politicians on one side advocate the teaching […]

We Need to Address the Digital Divide for Higher Ed Students

Our country’s digital divide has been an ongoing hurdle, affecting the 21 million Americans who don’t have access to broadband internet. Since the onset of […]

Here’s How We Can Make Online Proctoring Less Creepy

The switch to online education or hybrid learning can offer convenience and safety for students. But now that it’s becoming mandatory in many institutions, it […]

The Federal Government and Cuts to Education with Ontario Wooden

For the fourth consecutive year, the Trump Administration and Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, have proposed substantial cuts to the U.S. Department of Education’s budget. […]

As COVID-19 Pushes Schools to Their Limit, the Cloud Shows Its Worth

For educators, students, and parents, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on learning has been profound. Thousands of schools across the U.S. closed their doors […]

Out-of-the-Box Thinking Is So Five Minutes Ago

  By Charles Sosnik   “Woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand Whose wine, what wine, where the hell did I […]

K-12 Hybrid Learning And Why District IT Teams Must Take A Cloud-First Approach

When K-12 schools closed their buildings at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, IT departments’ cybersecurity plans were flipped inside out. Districts went from monitoring […]

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