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Expensive? Not fiscally responsible? Not even close. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Rand When it comes to edtech purchases, many school districts avoid the F-word: financing. The thought is that financing technology purchases is expensive and not fiscally responsible. Yet … Continue reading
One school district shares the keys to a smooth digital transition. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero What does a shift to a digital curriculum really look like? In an age of increasingly available technologies, how is science class, for … Continue reading
An opportunity for success—and some helpful principles on which to make it happen. GUEST COLUMN | by Matt Harris Edtech leadership, worldwide, is a growing market. The complexity of schools, the challenges of modern learning, the ever-changing nature of technology, … Continue reading
Winning technology insights from an innovative Illinois Superintendent. INTERVIEW | by Susan Dias Karnovsky John Hutton’s favorite sport is running. Like all good runners, he sets his pace with a strategy that includes planning, training, mental focus, and the patience … Continue reading
A new generation of educational leaders. GUEST COLUMN | by John Jennings Millennials have already left an indelible mark on the education system. Now, the largest generation in the workforce is poised to break into the ranks of school district … Continue reading
Laying the cornerstone for the development of educational improvement at every level. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP | by Eliot Levinson and Bruce Thoren In the 1950s public education was a monopoly. Students had to attend their neighborhood schools. Education has evolved into … Continue reading
Why dashboards are not the answer to school districts’ data needs. GUEST COLUMN | by Vikram Somasundaram Working effectively with data is tricky for any organization, let alone school districts. Before working with data, you need to start with the … Continue reading