The inaugural virtual “lunch and learn” roundtable and interactive Q&A focused on implementing remote learning.
Attendees to the March summit in Washington, D.C., will visit Garfield Elementary School to see firsthand how edtech is improving learning outcomes
T&L Leadership Summit attendee Rick Cave shares how West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District has developed its Educational Classroom of Today (EdCOT)
Supported by Konica Minolta, FRS-School Boards is Latest Expansion of All4Ed-Led National Network of 3,400 School Districts.
Tech tools alone cannot transform your data culture, but the right knowledge and strong leadership can.
This survey gathers data on the changing responsibilities of K-12 IT Leaders and other educational technology challenges.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) and its IT services division, All Covered, announces a new partnership with Future Ready Schools® as the sole sponsor of its school board strand.
Leaders from across the United States came together to share the newest technologies being used in their districts.
At the Tech & Learning Leadership Summit that took place December 2019, leaders in technology and education shared innovative ideas used to reduce device loss and theft.
“Action and outcomes, rather than solely knowledge sharing, are at the heart of our Catalyst community,” said professor and researcher Stephen Heppell, cofounder of Catalyst.
It’s time to consider new, innovative approaches to improving and expanding educational opportunities in rural communities.
One of the benefits of a technology-rich classroom environment is supposed to be better opportunities to personalize learning for all students.
eBOARDsolutions, Inc. and the Idaho School Boards Association announced a new partnership to make Simbli board management software available to all ISBA member school districts.
To think like a leader is to design a blueprint for success (i.e district, school or lesson plan) that is ongoing, dynamic, and able to change in time with the reality of a changing school environment.
The supplemental curriculum for math, science, writing, English/language arts and reading aligns with TEKS and prepares students for STAAR