Mississippi’s East Tallahatchie School District seeks wireless support, and a California office of education wants broadband network services.
Decisions about ed-tech purchasing are becoming more decentralized in many foreign markets, with an increased emphasis on using local content, says Microsoft Vice President Anthony Salcito.
K-12 market experts examine how Trump’s election, Republican control of Congress, and statehouse results will affect education funding, school choice measures, and the potential impact on ed-tech initiatives.
Sprint touts its campaign to provide devices and services as the “largest corporate initiative in U.S. history to bridge the digital divide.”
Teachers see themselves as risk-takers when it comes to trying out technology, but a survey reveals their abilities to help use digital tools in daring ways is limited.
Looking for a window into schools’ technology plans? Great insights abound in K-12 applications for the federal E-rate program.
More technology doesn’t guarantee more learning—and in some cases, it means less. That was the surprising finding of a recent study that looked at the global impact of ed-tech.