A recent report from Common Sense Media reveals that teachers don't feel they have the right tech for their classrooms.
April 2019 Archives
Three leaders in the field of learning analytics tackled questions at the American Educational Research Association about whether ed-tech and K-12 schools use their research to its fullest advantage.
Schools are still figuring out how to stitch together disparate technologies to both improve student outcomes and tap into student interests, said University of Wisconsin professor Richard Halverson.
With statewide enrollments, full-time online charters could upend public education's pattern of racial segregation. But would that be a good thing?
Tune in to the #edCTOchat on April 9 at 2 p.m. ET for more information about how to fend off K-12 cybersecurity threats and how to handle attacks when they come.
Groups like the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and Michael & Susan Dell Foundation are pushing a 'technocratic' approach to school reform that could change the way we think about public-school governance, says USC professor Patricia Burch.
Readers using screens perform worse and tend to think they're processing and understanding texts better than they actually are, according to a new review of nearly three-dozen studies over the past decade.
Google is working with Washington's Evergreen Public Schools on a new effort that has big implications for the way K-12 districts store and analyze student data.
Building trust takes technical skills, strong communication, and a willingness to own your failures, said district leaders at the annual conference of the Consortium for School Networking.
Being a good K-12 chief technology officer is about a lot more than just strong technical skills, according to a panel at the 2019 Consortium for School Networking conference.