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.
A top district official from the Pasco County Schools in Florida talks about the district’s efforts to promote equitable opportunities for students, and help them explore career paths.
The Lynwood Unified School District in California is trying to find a way to create opportunities for students to use ed tech, in a city where 30 percent of families lack at-home internet connectivity.
Alicia Duell, the technology director for a K-8 district in Illinois, says usage data plays a key role in her decisions about what ed-tech tools to keep and scrap.
Gerald Crisci, the chief tech and innovation director for the Scarsdale, N.Y., school district, needs companies to help him on tangled issues that extend from data privacy to pricing.
A Texas school leader explains the lessons she’s learned from a national program that encourages ed-tech innovation and best practices.
The superintendent of the Compton Unified School District has overseen a digital shift there, in part through partnerships with ed-tech companies.
K-12 systems have more flexibility to spend federal Title I dollars than they might think, and vendors should understand what’s possible.
Companies should allow for single-classroom purchases, provide on-demand PD, and respond quickly to pilot feedback, say instructional coaches.
The Orange County public schools in Florida have devoted $142 million to technology, and they are carefully monitoring the impact of that investment.