Bottom line: The new new thing in K-12 is the old, old thing: curriculum. Indeed: "Research tells us that high-quality, aligned instructional materials is important in helping teachers support their students in mastering the skills, knowledge, and experience they need to be college and career ready." Put another way: "First, teachers need access to high-quality instructional materials aligned with their standards that will support their work to help students meet standards…"
Thus, make no mistake, OER and more importantly, curriculum-scale OER, is at the heart of the future of education. Thus, to our mind, Open Up Resources — "[battling] commercial publishers for school district curriculum contracts by delivering openly licensed content" — represents a most important model for K-12 curriculum development.
Zero Trust acknowledges there is no longer a traditional network perimeter to be defended, because applications now exist in the cloud and users can log into the network from any location.