Monthly Archives: March 2014

Big Help

How Big Data can resolve K-12’s most fundamental challenges. GUEST COLUMN | by Joel Sackett Efforts to improve student achievement in the U.S. have skyrocketed over the years. Despite these efforts, several issues continually thwart America’s progress towards higher levels … Continue reading

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Balancing Act

New edtech funding solution protects local taxpayers. GUEST COLUMN | by Dale Scott Leaders of school districts and community college districts too often find themselves squeezed between two conflicting responsibilities, especially when it comes to technology. On one hand, they … Continue reading

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2014 – Finalists & Winners

EdTech Digest Awards Program 2014 | Spirit of Innovation For so many reasons, the education technology space is moving forward with great momentum and robust spirit. A confluence of factors — the right time, technology and people — has made … Continue reading

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Essential EdTech

Lessons from LearnLaunch in further expanding the education innovation ecosystem.    GUEST COLUMN | by Christina Inge   The LearnLaunch conference has rapidly become one of the essential edtech conferences in the U.S., and it’s little surprise: the event brings … Continue reading

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A Digitized District

Moving into the 21st-century means a ton of paper has got to go. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Most school districts are doing something with technology in the classroom these days, but why do so many central offices still have … Continue reading

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