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.
It’s not the quantity of edtech in classrooms that matters. It’s how you use it.
With millions of devices shipped to schools annually, technology use is growing. Is student achievement up too? In this paper, Dr. Sonny Magana shares strategies to increase outcomes with edtech.
Career ready: 3 questions to help build the workforce of the future
The lunchboxes — Pokemon, Paw Patrol, mermaids, superheroes — are a sign of things to come. Soon, educators begin the work of preparing students for what comes next: advanced education, work, life.
Inspiring those “a-ha” moments with digital learning
At the Shawnee Mission School District in Kansas, teachers and students innovate with collaboration technology to foster engagement and bring excitement and creativity to the classroom.
Deploying a School Network in 4 Hours
Read the nonfiction tale of Orange County Public Schools (OCPS), the 9th largest school district in the U.S., as they move schools off legacy equipment and onto a Meraki network of MR access points and MS switches.
Three K-12 Success Stories: How to Take Advantage of E-rate
Learn about three school districts that increased student access and enhanced teaching and learning with help from the E-rate program.
E-rate Application Filing Window Opens January 11
The E-rate application filing window has been announced! Schools have from January 11 until March 22, 2018, to submit their FCC Form 471 applications. Here’s what you need to know.
Video in the Classroom? The possibilities are endless.
Located on the Hudson River, Troy, N.Y., is home to some very imaginative educators and students. They’re using video to open a “window to the world” and seeing amazing results.
With E-rate Funding, Magic Happens at Ascend Public Charter Schools
Four sites with four separate networks. No VPN capabilities, no streamlined network management, and no IT budget. Limited wireless access, inhibiting student learning and staff collaboration. Only a five person IT team. Starting to sound like a nightmare? This was the reality for Ascend Public Charter Schools, located in Brooklyn. Emeka Ibekweh, Managing Director of […]