John Harrington of Funds For Learning says districts should be permitted to apply E-rate funding to cybersecurity but that proposed changes to the discount’s competitive bidding process are not necessary.
A new analysis finds that California ranks second in the nation for highest population of students and teachers lacking adequate internet connection and devices at home.
Kajeet has released a new generation of managed and filtered mobile hotspot devices with unlimited data plan options.
To help close the achievement gap, leaders in Miami-Dade County Schools have dedicated significant energy to ensuring students do not fall victim to summer slide
The achievement gap between low- and high-income students is expected to increase by as much as 18% for students from low-income schools by the end of this school year.
Advice on how to engage parents in remote learning from Kali Alford and Diane Doersch of Digital Promise
T&L discusses best practices to support digital equity in remote learning with Diane Doersch and Kali Alford of Verizon Innovative Learning Schools and Digital Promise.
T&L discusses remote learning and digital equity with Diane Doersch and Kali Alford of Digital Promise, who talk about the related challenges and new opportunities.
Leaders from urban, suburban, and rural districts were challenged to consider what digital equity looked like and discuss pain points and solutions.
Ultimately, the program seeks to enhance the ability of elementary schools and secondary schools nationwide to identify gifted students, and meet their special educational needs.
A 2016 survey of 1,200 parents revealed that while 94 percent of families are connected to the internet, 23 percent access it on mobile devices, 26 percent share a single computer and 20 percent experienced loss of internet service due to lack of payment