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Education Technology is Nothing — without People

Putting purposeful tools in the hands of teachers we support and believe in. GUEST COLUMN | by Renny Monaghan There are some teachers and administrators who are so smitten with education technology, they believe there’s a technological solution for every … Continue reading

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A Step Further

Technology’s role in the evolution of useful data. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Ludemann It is well known among education technologists that adoption of technology in our industry has always lagged behind others. There are many reasons for this – … 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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DS Challenge

The data security challenge — and what to do about it. GUEST COLUMN | by Steven Grant The shift to electronic records, without a doubt, has allowed schools to operate more efficiently. Digital records keep student information accessible and in … Continue reading

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What Makes Them Tick

A passionate edupreneur discusses the value of a holistic view of student learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Jack Macleod If you are tracking trends in education, then you have probably heard the terms “whole-child approach” and “360-view of student performance.” … Continue reading

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