Apple’s new tablet computer has earned raves for its design, portability, and dynamic apps, but is it any better than the netbooks and laptops now fueling school computing programs? Depends who you ask.
By John K. Waters
Printed books are losing out to digital resources, bringing profound change to school libraries while provoking a fierce debate over the very act of reading.
By Jeff Weinstock
To dodge threats to students from social media, districts are choosing an unfortunate solution: blocking technology that has substantial educational value. New filtering tools offer a better option.
By Rama Ramaswami
Policy & Advocacy
As policymakers move to broaden the availability of digital content in education, barriers of funding, bandwidth, training, and bureaucracy are making it a slow go.
By Geoffrey H. Fletcher
Dedication to tech-based learning at the state level is credited with turning around student performance at two school districts.
By Christine Fox
An online storytelling curriculum empowers students to create ‘vision videos’ that reveal their dreams for the future.
By Emily King
The results made me wonder where colleges of education have been for the past 20 years.
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.