Sometimes the only way to make progress is to leave something behind.
Zillah High School alumnus and educator revels in the art and science of education.
District IT leaders ramp up their transitions as Microsoft’s end-of-support deadline looms.
Online resources deliver educational continuity even in the face of foul weather and other challenges.
IT leaders in Massachusetts, Texas and Wisconsin explain how their districts ensure one while relying on the other.
Sometimes, it takes a hybrid approach to get mobile devices into the hands of every student.
EdTech compiles the most important news, tips and social trends impacting K–12 IT today.
This ultraportable notebook can handle most of the applications used in today’s K–12 classrooms.
This next-generation mobile device is faster and more classroom-friendly than its predecessor.
Rely on Information Technology Infrastructure Library principles to improve efficiencies in the IT department.
With more devices coming online every day, IT leaders adopt new solution to get a handle on things.
Many potential uses for connected devices impact facilities and operations rather than teaching and learning.
The FCC’s efforts to modernize the funding program are very much in flux. But change is looming.
Our latest issue clears up some confusion on flipped learning and the flipped classroom; continuity of learning; and more.