Invo Healthcare has launched a new platform, called Insight, to help K–12 health professionals collaborate with each other to better help students in need.
Registration is now open for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s virtual National Summit on K–12 School Safety and Security on Nov. 1–2, 2023, designed for K–12 education leaders and safety stakeholders from local, state, and federal levels, the agency said in a news release.
E-rate compliance services firm Funds For Learning has expanded its E-rate Manager analytics tool, launching E-rate Manager Advanced and Enterprise versions to help state coordinators and service providers better manage their districts’ E-rate activities, FFL said in a news release.
In 75% of cyberattacks targeting education organizations over the last 12 months, IT and security managers cited compromised on-premises accounts as the cause, according to research from cybersecurity vendor Netwrix.
Special education learning solutions company Amplio is now accepting applications for its Speech-Language Innovation Grant, to begin during the Spring 2024 semester and conclude at the end of July 2024. The application deadline is Oct. 20, 2023.
How does a data-driven approach to ed tech work in practice? How does an institution gauge whether its deployments, strategies, or initiatives are effective? Statistics around the usage of technology tools is only a part of it.
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is now accepting nominations for the 2024 Best of Green Schools Awards program, sponsored by the Center for Green Schools (part of the USGBC) and the nonprofit Green Schools National Network.
A higher percentage of high school graduates than in prior years are turning away from pursuing a four-year college degree, according to a new report.
Instructure has partnered with K16 Solutions to add a new archiving tool to its popular learning management system, Canvas. The solution, called Canvas Archiving Powered by K16 Solutions, is available now.
When IT teams are evaluating technologies for the classroom, the teacher's perspective shouldn’t be discounted. Teachers have a unique — and likely the best-informed — view of which tools will engage students and which will be distracting.