With the recent release of News Corp’s Amplify Tablet, the discussion of ed-specific verses student-specific devices has come to the forefront.
Challenge: Douglas County wanted to turn assessment information into actionable data that can improve student learning and lead to stronger professional development for teachers.
In collaboration with 40 school districts around the country, Common Sense Education announced the launch of the Common Sense Privacy Evaluation Initiative to help schools evaluate the privacy and information security practices of educational technology used in K-12 classrooms.
This online training series takes a look at the iPad® as an e-reading device, concentrating primarily on Apple's own iBooks® app and iBookstoreSM, but also looking at Amazon's® Kindle® app for iPad, and Barnes & Noble's® NOOK® app.
Ruckus Wireless™ today announced that a number of large school districts across the country have selected the Ruckus ZoneFlex Smart Wi-Fi system to address the influx of wireless devices – such as tablets, netbooks, and smartphones – hitting their networks.
With increasing competition for dwindling funds, weâ€™re finding that our fundraisers for technology are bringing in less money. This is especially true when our feeder elementary and middle schools are running fundraisers at the same time. Do you have any suggestions? In a perfect world, technology budgets