The E-rate program, formally called The Universal Service Schools and Libraries Program, helps eligible U.S. schools to obtain affordable telecommunications and internet access.
The survey report includes recommendations based on IESD’s extensive experience in the education market.
This survey gathers data on the changing responsibilities of K-12 IT Leaders and other educational technology challenges.
To identify the instruction most effective at advancing literacy skills for students from low socioeconomic (SES) backgrounds, Lexia Learning, a Rosetta Stone® (NYSE: RST) company, conducted a three-year longitudinal study with students in early elementary grades.
Annual CoSN Report Reveals Key Education Technology Trends, Challenges and Progress in School Systems
Catapult X and MCH Strategic Data set out to determine where product opportunities are in STEAM education through the latest national survey, “National Survey on STEAM Education: Emerging Technology Edition.”
CoSN’s 2016 Annual Infrastructure Survey found that, while schools are making progress increasing broadband connectivity in classrooms, significant hurdles remain.
Front Row Education, Inc. recently asked 1,000 K–8 teachers how they’re using social media personally, professionally, and as a communication tool with parents and students.
Last spring, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt surveyed 1,000 classroom teachers and school and district administrators nationwide as part of its inaugural Educator Confidence Report.