Author: Micah Ward
Even before the pandemic, he believes Georgia was already in a pretty good spot in terms of leveraging innovative technologies in the classroom, says Keith Osburn, deputy superintendent for …
It's important that schools start off on the right foot, so the earlier you can begin solidifying relationships with your staff, the better, says Joe Sanfelippo, former superintendent at …
More and more educators are buying into artificial intelligence's potential to enhance learning and the teaching profession as a whole. Yet, unlike administrators, they still raise concerns over how …
In this virtual webinar, FETC Conference Chair Jennifer Womble invites three edtech experts to discuss how AI is already shaping instruction.
An estimated 92% of local education agencies used pandemic relief funds to purchase hardware and other services essential to continuing student learning during the pandemic, a new report suggests.
While issues like cybersecurity and digital equity continue to be top-of-mind for K12 IT leaders, one concern stands out as the most prominent, and it has since 2013.
Nearly 50% of secondary teachers worldwide say their schools have blocked access to ChatGPT in one form or another, according to a new survey, despite more than 60% reporting …
Since the pandemic, education technology has only grown to become one of the most important drivers for student engagement and learning. It forced many schools to adopt 1:1 models, …