South Carolina has given all of the state’s school districts access to a consortium meant to create uniform ed-tech standards, including for protecting student data.
The deputy superintendent of the San Antonio ISD talks about why her district and others are setting new performance metrics in tutoring and other areas.
Diana Greene, the chief of the 130,000-student Duval County, Fla., schools, expects vendors to produce data that is clear and predictive of student performance.
Tulsa Superintendent Deborah Gist talks about the support teachers need, and observations from having recently returned to teach because of staffing shortages.
The vast majority of the nation’s school districts are small, and they come with unique needs that K-12 vendors should understand.
The digital content coordinator for the Los Angeles Unified School District pulls back the curtain on how the school system approves and integrates new digital apps.
The Tennessee department of education’s chief academic officer breaks down the state’s sweeping year-old reading policy, one of 26 approved in states around the country.
The director of instructional technology for the Metro Nashville Public Schools talks about striking a balance between tech and print-based lessons.
Districts in Washington state are experimenting with a mix of traditional commercial and openly licensed resources, says Barbara Soots, who oversees support of OER in schools.
Organizations delivering social-emotional learning have to meet the needs of many departments across districts