On every school day, thousands of e-mails fly through school district cyberspace. While e-mail has become a routine and seemingly indispensable part of district operations, it can cause some real problems for teachers, administrators, and information-technology directors.
Breakdowns in security, inappropriate use by students and employees, and simply the sheer volume of electronic communications are some of the issues schools grapple with regularly.
What e-mail problems are your schools facing? And how are those problems being addressed?