Today, both students and district staff need to be engaged and practice good cyber hygiene to protect themselves, our schools, and ultimately the nation from the next cyberattack.
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.
Cybersafety is a serious issue but the creators of Cyber Legends believe kids will know better how to protect themselves online if learning how is more fun. Cyber Legends’ …
Data-informed decisions help administrators develop communication strategies to address individual student needs and empower parents as active stakeholders in their child's educational journey.
Despite the furor over AI and chatbots, it’s not the tools and devices at the cutting edge of edtech that are of greatest concern to K12 IT leaders as …
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, …
Exhibitors will display the most cutting-edge technology and solutions to the most pressing issues faced by classrooms, schools and districts. PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – January 17, 2023 – …
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – January 10, 2023 – The Future of Education Technology® Conference (FETC®), an intensive, highly collaborative exploration of new technologies, best practices and pressing issues, …