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When Something Magical Happens

Giving our students the right tools they need to learn computer science. GUEST COLUMN | by June Lin With the President’s recent #CSforall initiative and an increasing focus on STEM, all signs point to the need to establish standards and … Continue reading

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World-Class Graduate Education and Research

Software-defined networking, Wi-Fi, and mobile for teaching and learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Naveed Husain Like many leading graduate schools, the faculty and students at Teachers College, Columbia University, hold IT to the highest standards for supporting their learning and research needs. … Continue reading

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A Fundamental Technology

Three benefits of adopting cloud-based software for universities.  GUEST COLUMN| by Matt Clark Universities have traditionally struggled to access and manage data across numerous academic departments. Advancements in technology now allow schools to tap into a variety of sources for … Continue reading

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Data for Kids

Helping students succeed with timely, actionable information to those who need it most. GUEST COLUMN | by Paige Kowalski The Data Quality Campaign (DQC) recently released a new vision and set of policy recommendations to help states enact policies critical … Continue reading

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China’s Got Educational Game

Inside the world’s largest education system with an edtech entrepreneur. GUEST COLUMN | by Michael Lee The kindergarten to grade 12 (K-12) educational system in China is the largest in the world, comprising of approximately 210 million students. The K-12 … Continue reading

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