The software association’s educational technology practice changed leaders for the second time in six months, as it re-focuses from the promise of ed-tech to its impact.
Funding for Title I and the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act would receive boosts under proposed appropriations awaiting President Trump’s decision.
State and local K-12 school leaders wanting to vet digital and print instructional resources can access a new online tool prepared by the State Educational Technology Directors Association.
School business officials are being warned to watch out for official-looking emails that ask for copies of employees’ W-2 forms.
As technology plays a larger role in the jobs of the future, educators will need to reassess what is taught in schools, speakers at the LearnLaunch conference said.
Jonathan Knee, an investment banker and Columbia Business School professor, discusses his findings on the failures and successes of education businesses.
A new ‘Madison Out-of-School Time’ system to track students’ participation in services will be developed in a community-wide collaboration, and a Houston area district wants bids for books.
From virtual and augmented reality to coding, companies exhibited their latest ed-tech offerings at a conference that drew nearly 10,000 educators and exhibitors to Orlando.
A free, online “rapid-cycle” ed-tech evaluation tool is being used by more schools to conduct tests on the effectiveness of the ed-tech they use.
Officials from Tennessee and Wisconsin told school leaders at the Future of Education Technology Conference how their states are helping districts with ed-tech purchasing.