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Cool Tool | Hapara

Using Google Apps for Education in your classroom? If so, then you have probably found, like many other educators around the globe, that Google offers powerful, engaging tools for students. You’ll probably also have discovered that the more your students … Continue reading

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Directing Technology

A small southern school district makes its way forward into the 21st century INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero As the Technology Director for 3,400-student Alma School District in Alma, Arkansas, Thad Nipp wants more for his school: more interactive classrooms, … Continue reading

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Evolving E-Rate

Why our technology support structures must be updated and refined to keep pace GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Stephens Okay, I’ll admit it:  I’m a nerd.  As much as the self-conscious among us would prefer to be known as technologists, … Continue reading

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Trends | 10 Key Findings of CoSN’s K-12 IT Leadership Survey 2013

The Consortium for School Networking in partnership with MCH Strategic Data has released its first annual IT Leadership survey. Providing valuable information about how education leaders are leveraging technology, one can see potential changes, trends, challenges and priorities. From IT … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Integration

Connecting devices, e-content and management systems to learning GUEST COLUMN | by John Williams In this new world of tight budgets and shrinking resources, schools have never been under more pressure than they are now to get the “digital thing” … Continue reading

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