Special Feature

School Violence and Technology


Empowering Faculty with Technology

Uniting Teachers to Embrace 21st Century Technology: A Critical Mass in a Cohort of Colleagues

Involving Teachers in Web-Based Professional Development

Training Teachers Using Computers

Product Focus

New Products - GradeMaster

New Products - HP DeskJets

New Products - FR3950a Risograph

Community College Upgrades IT Infrastructure

New Products - JVC E-Mail Management Solution

New Products - ScienceWorkshop PASPORT

Sony DSC-D700

New Products - Cobra Arm


Bringing Web Literacy to Faculty

Web-Based Student Information System Simplifies Records Management


High Capacity Cable Management for Schools

New Products Enhance Network Performance

Put Your High School Online

Short Takes - Berk-Tek

The Power of Web Collaboration

Broadly Speaking

Short Takes - 2000 NetConnect Product Catalog

Short Takes - Prosoft Engineering


Professional Development

Educator's Evaluation

Symantec's pcANYWHERE

Knowledge Adventure's Jump Start Math for Kindergartners

Knowledge Adventure's Spelling Blaster Ages 6-9



Industry Perspective

One-to-One Computing Tools for Life

News/In Brief

Web Innovator Receives Award

Adventures in Robot-Building

Late Breaks - 3M Salute to Schools

Internet Draft Aims to Decongest Data Traffic

Late Breaks - Digital Diplomacy Award

Late Breaks - N2H2 and Microsoft Corp.

House Subcommittee Looks at Technology in Education

Late Breaks - The Siemens Westinghouse Science & Technology Competition


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  • Implementing Wireless Infrastructure for Common Core Testing in Schools PDF screen shot

    States have begun to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), a set of rigorous, common standards for K-12 education that provide clarity and consistency around student learning expectations across the country. IT infrastructure within the schools have a significant impact on how these Common Core standards are taught and how the assessments are conducted. “Nearly 78% of schools nationwide have yet to complete plans to support Common Core assessments for the next academic year.” As you gear up to support the testing, make absolute sure your wireless infrastructure is up to the task. Read more...