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Engaging or Distracting?

Lowering millennial dropout rates with mobile technology. GUEST COLUMN | by Danial Jameel Dropout rates among college students remain high, and approximately 21 percent of students at public institutions fail to graduate. However, grades and tough class schedules are not … Continue reading

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More Power to You

Creating a generation of college- and career-ready students starts with K-12 edtech. GUEST COLUMN | by Kate Ballard-Rosa According to a new report from the University of Pennsylvania and the Pell Institute, 77 percent of people from high-income families have … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions

Should I outsource my school’s Wi-Fi network? GUEST COLUMN | by Jason King Picking up from our last discussion around cloud wireless, let’s take a look at the specifics for when a school district should move forward with either an … Continue reading

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Knowing Data

How schools are getting smarter about analytics. GUEST COLUMN | by Aaron Feuer The field of analytics, though well established in the corporate world, is rather new to schools. Districts don’t typically employ data scientists, and most schools track only … Continue reading

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¡Viva! EdTech

Opportunities abound for education innovation in Latin America. GUEST COLUMN | by Fernando Valenzuela There is a new region ripe for edtech investment – Latin America. With around 600 million people, mostly speaking two languages and living in 20 thriving … Continue reading

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