U.S. E-rate Funding Year 2023: Gain the Advantage
The E-rate process can be confusing. That's why the Cisco Public Funding Office has created a variety of resources to help you out.
Beyond edtech: Success in the classroom of the future starts with breakfast—and lunch, and dinner
School buses are on the move. Excitement and anxiety are high—and easy to see. What’s less visible: one in seven of these student passengers doesn’t get enough to eat.
Unique program educates students and helps close the cybersecurity skills gap
Cisco Cyber Defense Clinic provides a free cybersecurity lab environment that educators can integrate into coursework to enable students to engage hands-on with advanced cybersecurity technologies.
What’s next for E-rate?
The E-rate filing window closed March 27. More than 21,000 schools and libraries are awaiting a funding decision. What’s happening behind the scenes? How can you plan for what’s next?
A future-ready workforce: Cisco Networking Academy preps 9.2 million students
New data shows that 9.2 million students—1.6 million in the U.S.—are ready for STEM careers thanks to Cisco Networking Academy. And they’re earning 22% more than their peers.
When video technology changes lives: Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf
What does “video” mean at your school? In a recent Center for Digital Education survey, almost all respondents said that their school districts incorporated video technology in teaching and learning.
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.
The E-rate filing window opens January 16! Here are our top 10 tips for success.
Since 1996, E-rate has helped more than 100,000 schools and libraries connect to the Internet. The filing window opens soon. Are you ready to start the E-rate filing process?
Our Top 5 education posts of 2018: See what you missed
We’re looking back at our five most-read blog posts of 2018. If you missed them the first time, now’s your chance to see why they resonated with other readers.