Analyst predicts that a frustrating stretch could continue for district officials desperate to acquire devices such as Chromebooks and iPads during coronavirus closures.
The top technology official for Virginia's Fairfax County schools resigned after the district struggled to handle some major technical glitches in its e-learning platforms.
Districts are scrambling to purchase new equipment and help families connect to the internet, all while waiting on policy changes for broader relief.
K-12 Device 'Arms Race': Philly School District's 'Heaven Sent' Chromebooks For Coronavirus Closures
The Philly School District's story of how it acquired 40,000 new devices underscores a new reality: districts across the country are competing for every device available during the coronavirus-induced remote learning movement.
Parents and students can opt out from schools disclosing personal information, but many schools don't make that option clear to families.
The principal of a middle school in Hong Kong shares invaluable lessons for how to make remote learning work effectively over the long haul.
The district is cracking down after an increase in privacy and security concerns around the popular videoconference platform.
The FCC said in a statement that the "unprecedented circumstances" brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak merited the deadline extensions.
K-12 teachers are faced with a question many likely thought they'd never have to ask: How often during the school day do my students need to see me and when?
Many parents are having to take on a variety of new roles, from playing IT help desk to becoming makeshift teaching assistants to supervising recess.