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Rugged Connections

One state’s mission to harness the power of data for student success. GUEST COLUMN | by Judy Chappelear Like much of the nation, Montana faces a challenging academic and economic landscape for supporting college and career readiness.  Though this is … Continue reading

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Ready or Not

Four must-do’s for building next-gen wi-fi for Common Core and beyond. GUEST COLUMN | by Kezia Gollapudi Ready or not, Common Core is here now! If you are a school district getting ready to roll out the Common Core-based Smarter … Continue reading

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Robots Go To School

Fun and learning with NAO robots at Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Sills Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy, located in Orange, Conn., is integrating NAO robots into its technology program, designed to promote the use of technology as … Continue reading

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Concept Mastery

In today’s digital world, students read, examine, manipulate and interact on their device. GUEST COLUMN |by Jim Bowler As I travel around the country visiting schools, I observe one noticeable absence in many classrooms―no textbooks. Increasingly, teachers are turning to … Continue reading

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Turning on the Quadcopter

Boy, there must be a better way to teach math and science! GUEST COLUMN | by Elad Inbar Victoria is a 10th grader at a school in Austin Independent Schools in Texas. Some of her fellow students have already had babies, which they … Continue reading

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