A Colorado districts gets a new LMS
As school leaders struggle with managing the technology evolution, how can we become comfortable enough to allow any device into the classroom?
California Makes Statewide Selection for New Math Curriculum
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Pennsylvania districts get low-cost Ethernet services
Districts have been trying to figure out the best way to implement 1:1 programs for a while now, but what happens when students use two or more devices?
We checked in with some districts that have been using 1:1 programs for a
long time to get their insight into what makes these initiatives strong and
how they can be sustained.
Everett (WA) Public Schools
The theme for the Denver 2013 School CIO Summit was on facilitating change.
Kingman USD provides
supplemental math content
A Virginia district puts a robust
wireless network in place
Whether you’re new to Twitter or have 5,000 LinkedIn connections, one thing’s for sure: social
media keeps getting more popular and more powerful.
As a Curriculum Mapping Institute
speaker at the recent School
Improvement Innovation Summit
2013, Debbie Sullivan’s definition
of the curriculum mapping process
aligns with that of her colleague
and CMI Executive Director, Heidi Hayes
Time for a telecomm upgrade in Alabama
One of Richard Culatta’s biggest sources of passion is getting schools connected
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