Author Archives: victorrivero

Freedom from Busywork

A modernized approach to student information and learning management systems. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Based on the belief that schools deserve a modern technology system that provides all their administrative and classroom management needs in one intuitive, flexible platform, Andrew … Continue reading

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A Critical Facet

E-rate funding for web hosting connects parents to district and student success. GUEST COLUMN | by Edward S. Marflak  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is currently working to develop new regulations to modernize the E-rate funding program for K-12 districts. One of … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Gradeable

These days, teachers are being asked to do so much more — use “good data” to create lessons, grade tests within 24 hours, and of course, there’s teaching as well. Grading wasn’t easy in the first place, but now it … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | ST Math for Middle and High School

ST Math, which has repeatedly proven effective for improving math proficiency in elementary schools, is now offering its revolutionary game-based software with expanded curricula for middle and high schools. ST Math: Grade 6 contains on-grade-level curriculum that complements the core curricula and … Continue reading

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Trends | Swimming in a Digital Ocean

Technology is ubiquitous and pervasive in our society, each day capturing numerous aspects of our lives, creating oceans of data ready to be recalled, analyzed, and used. In a new report, Impacts of the Digital Ocean on Education, Kristen DiCerbo … Continue reading

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