Community Colleges: Leveraging Technology to Better Serve Students
As the nation emerges from the pandemic, new opportunities will emerge for community colleges. From reskilling the workforce to overcoming declining enrollment, educators must reconsider their approaches to learning. But which approaches will be most effective as we enter the next normal?
Engaging students in the ‘Next Normal’
As hybrid learning takes hold, K-12 schools have an unprecedented opportunity to reimagine what education can and should look like. Find out how the experts think the future of education will actually unfold.
Mental Health Matters: Tech and Telehealth in Higher Ed
Mental Health Matters - whether you're eight or eighty. Learn how higher ed is leveraging technology to provide student mental health services.
Cisco at ISTE19: Empowering the Next Generation of Problem Solvers
This year, ISTE19 will showcase the latest technologies and partnerships that will cultivate the next generation of STEM leaders destined to take on the world’s greatest challenges.
The future of edtech starts with a Connected Educator
I’m a teacher. Though I no longer spend each day in a classroom or on a campus, it’s there that I learned that connections—to students, families, colleagues—are vital.
Digital Transformation in K-12 Education
Digital learning solutions have the power to transform the K-12 classroom, especially for schools that have lofty education technology goals. A great example of this is Wayne Highlands School District. Like many schools in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Wayne Highlands requires high-performing technology that students may not be able to access at home; however, getting fiber optics […]
Funding a Digital Transformation
Technology has the ability to expand opportunities for students in both K-12 and higher education. It can extend the classroom beyond its physical footprint, offer alternative ways for students to learn, and provide increased access to education worldwide. It also helps schools operate more efficiently and can keep students and faculty safe. So why wouldn’t […]