Members of the League of Innovative Schools share the secrets of their success in implementing and maintaining tech initiatives.
- By Jennifer Demski
From building robust networks to collaborating with other departments to fund new projects, here's what you need to do to keep innovating in the new year.
- By Keith R. Krueger
Your district may be breaking copyright laws and not even know it. Here's how to protect yourself from liability.
A new integrated solution enables users to complete enrollment and student billing processes through a single web portal.
Providence Public School District in Rhode Island has implemented a new student information system to help administrators make data-driven decisions and simplify student records transfers.
Strict state laws leave little room for error when it comes to securing student information. Fortunately, beefing up data security policies does more than safeguard students.
Geovisual software can help district leaders make data-driven decisions about redistricting, attrition, and transportation.
Jupiter Ed has launched Jupiter iO, a cloud solution that combines a student information system, learning management system, analytics, and gradebook for K-12 schools.
As another academic year begins, familiar funding sources are offering new money, and new proposals hold out the promise of future funds.
Lucid is introducing BuildingOS, an "online operating system" for buildings. The new service can pull data from 150 meter types and building systems, including utility meters, building and lighting controls, sub-meters, onsite generation feeds, and plug loads meters.
- By Dian Schaffhauser