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Dist. 211 Foundation offers $65,000 in senior scholarships. Submitted by District 211 Mar 3, 2022 182
Grant Smith. May 17, 2021 197
MHS senior selected for leadership program. Submitted by Mundelein High School District 120 Jul 12, 2020 188
Supporting Learning Communities as Virtual Education May Continue for Many School Districts. Jameson, Angie Apr 1, 2020 1481
Murphy announces library grants to area school districts. Submitted by the Office of State Sen. Laura Murphy Jan 21, 2020 143
Apple highlights District 211's use of iPads in promo video. May 3, 2019 450
An Evaluation of Mississippi Public School Websites. Ratliff, Lindon J. Report Jan 1, 2019 2868
U-46 adopts new physical education curriculum emphasizing active lifestyle. Nov 20, 2018 348
U-46 adopts new P.E. curriculum emphasizing more active lifestyle. Nov 20, 2018 348
U-46 adopts new physical education curriculum emphasizing active lifestyle. Nov 20, 2018 348
Taking an Inclusive Approach to 1-to-1: Involving stakeholders in the development of technology initiatives. May 1, 2018 901
Here, there, everywhere: New breed of educators find purpose for all those devices and digital learning tools. Nadel, Brian Apr 1, 2018 1252
IOT HAS ARRIVED (JUST NOT IN THE WAY YOU EXPECTED). Schaffhauser, Dian Mar 1, 2018 1796
BUILD THE 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM INFRASTRUCTURE: When it comes to supporting modern educational practices, the network is critical. Mar 1, 2018 1029
Digital gatekeepers: 5 key considerations for regulating web traffic to ensure safety and save bandwidth. Jackson, Nancy Mann Feb 1, 2018 1222
Open data standards: How Lee County ensures digital learning access from day one: ClassLink helps Florida school district adopt more digital learning resources through greater data interoperability. Jan 1, 2018 513
HOW TO AVOID GETTING RIPPED OFF BY ED-TECH VENDORS: TEN TIPS FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS FROM AN INDUSTRY INSIDER. Waldron, Rob Dec 31, 2017 3351
Ohio High School Updates Its Technology by Winning National Contest. Dec 8, 2017 532
Ready-Access Digital Learning at Wilton Public Schools. Smith, Kevin; Kompar, Fran Dec 1, 2017 2066
Technology use to triple in Dist. 116. Nov 29, 2017 333
Calcasieu Parish Public Schools (LA) Selects ClassLink to Improve Digital Learning Access. Sep 16, 2017 557
School Districts Continue to Grapple With WEB Accessibility: More are adopting policies that make sites more available to people with disabilities; however, the future is uncertain under a new administration. Raths, David Jun 1, 2017 2109
Tools of tech: a plan to implement an online assessment strategy. Lerose, Robert Jun 1, 2017 467
Bulk up on bandwidth: lower prices and federal E-rate assistance allow schools to future-proof their networks. Nadel, Brian Jun 1, 2017 1427
Avert the high price of security: keeping your district network safe from intruders doesn't have to gut your IT budget. Jan 1, 2017 568
How school districts can optimize their investment in fiber. Nov 1, 2016 673
Determining bandwidth needs for 21st century learning: some guidelines. Nov 1, 2016 691
Librarians connected to national future ready initiative. Ray, Mark; Trettin, Sara Oct 1, 2016 1768
5 ways to bridge the homework gap. Sep 1, 2016 604
3 years to digital transformation and success. Bjerede, Marie Sep 1, 2016 742
To build or to buy? Making smart networking decisions: factors to consider when deciding between managing a network in-house and employing a service provider. Jun 1, 2016 627
Sustaining a 1-to-1 program requires a culture shift: K-12 leaders reveal their-keys to maintaining a digital transformation over time. Pierce, Dennis Cover story Jun 1, 2016 2513
Personalizing learning with Google Apps and Chromebooks: how one of the largest districts in the country is going Google. Jan 1, 2016 1283
Make your case for a district network upgrade: build your business case for improving the network infrastructure for your schools. Jan 1, 2016 694
Tracking and maximizing district investments: using a resource management strategy to ensure assets are well-managed and protected. Dec 1, 2015 1261
A learning transformation guided by teachers: Surrey Schools is the winner of the 2015 Sylvia Charp Award for District Innovation because it stopped just handing out technology to its 125 schools and instead asked its educators to share their ed tech ideas--and to put them to work in the classroom. McCrea, Bridget Oct 1, 2015 2031
6 Solutions to BYOD challenges. Pierce, Dennis Oct 1, 2015 1447
How digital equity can help close the homework gap. Bjerede, Marie; Krueger, Keith R. Aug 1, 2015 1347
3 ways mobile technology is transforming learning spaces. Pierce, Dennis Aug 1, 2015 2106
How do we make school network infrastructure affordable? Together! As districts adopt 1-to-1 or BYOD, they need to adapt new ways of financing and maintaining their networks. Bjerede, Marie; Krueger, Keith Jun 1, 2015 1409
4 features to look for in a 21st Century LMS: two districts share their experiences of choosing a learning management system that does a lot more than help teachers post assignments. Schaffhauser, Dian Jun 1, 2015 1548
Should you upgrade to 802.11ac? Meyer, Leila Apr 1, 2015 1369
3 reasons chromebooks are shining in education. Schaffhauser, Dian Apr 1, 2015 1469
Sharing screens all over the classroom: Val Verde Unified School District uses mobile hardware and software to keep students and teachers on the same page. Pierhler, Christopher Apr 1, 2015 464
Applications to change school districts accepted Monday. Mar 1, 2015 335
Network speed: how fast is fast enough? Schaffhauser, Dian Mar 1, 2015 1599
More important than the contract is the relationship: preparation for conversations between school districts and digital vendors can ensure that purchased products meet student and district needs. Burch, Patricia; Good, Annalee Feb 1, 2015 2329
5 Ways to keep social media from being a legal headache: our expert explains some basic privacy issues that district leaders need to understand. Shear, Bradley Jan 1, 2015 1454
How virtualization can meet online testing mandates: VMware's virtualization solutions help schools meet strict mandates for secure online testing under Common Core, as school districts already using desktop virtualization illustrate. Jan 1, 2015 510
5 Tech tools that help personalize PD: as more districts take advantage of social media, online surveys and more, the days of one-size-fits-all professional development are over. Raths, David Jan 1, 2015 1710
Future ready districts. Nov 21, 2014 332
An easier path to 1:1. Oct 1, 2014 587
Are cellphone bans worth the trouble? While many districts see personal mobile devices purely as distractions, other educators are embracing their potential as learning tools. Schaffhauser, Dian Cover story Sep 1, 2014 2599
1-to-1 + BYOD + PD = success. Thompson, Greg Cover story Aug 1, 2014 2811
iPads aren't just for students: districts are using the tablets to deliver iOS-based professional development to instructors and administrators. McCrea, Bridget Jul 1, 2014 1050
7 IT best practices for 1-to-1 districts: CTOs and directors of technology share the lessons they've learned in rolling out devices to every student and teacher. Meyer, Leila Jul 1, 2014 1694
Texas district embraces 'always on community conversation to 'listen, learn, lead': K12 Insight provides tools for Fort Bend ISD to engage in systemic two-way dialogue. May 1, 2014 600
Social media advocacy. Jenkins, Brian Mar 1, 2014 626
Can software predict teacher success? Busy districts are turning to technological solutions to help them vet and select applicants for teaching positions. McCrea, Bridget Mar 1, 2014 915
9 Lessons from 1-to-1 pioneers. Schaffhauser, Dian Mar 1, 2014 3832
Projectors get interactive: a new generation of devices turns any surface into a canvas for collaboration. Schaffhauser, Dian Feb 1, 2014 1092
How to protect your mobile device investment: after spending millions on 1-to-1 rollouts, districts are using a variety of products and practices to safeguard their devices against damage by students and teachers. Wilson, Elaine Sanchez Feb 1, 2014 1524
Okla. schools go high-tech with document cameras. Brief article Jan 1, 2014 241
3 ways to build a digital content library: districts are mining a variety of sources for materials that meet the needs of the 21st century classroom and align with Common Core standards. McCrea, Bridget Jan 1, 2014 1787
Lack of school tech leaders slows progress. DeNisco, Alison Nov 1, 2013 390
Survey: broadband comes up short in most school districts. Brief article Oct 1, 2013 151
21st century school: honing the flipped classroom. McCrea, Bridget Oct 1, 2013 448
Teacher, educate thyself. Holsclaw, Cinnamon Brief article Oct 1, 2013 155
The 30,000-foot view: geovisual software can help district leaders make data-driven decisions about redistricting, attrition, and transportation. Thompson, Greg Sep 1, 2013 1476
1-to-1 initiative. Mason, Michael Brief article Aug 1, 2013 104
For districts, online testing has legal liabilities. Bathon, Justin Jul 1, 2013 1252
Building the School Attendance Boundary Information System (SABINS): collecting, processing, and modeling K to 12 educational geography. Saporito, Salvatore; Van Riper, David; Wakchaure, Ashwini Report Jul 1, 2013 11261
The benefits of Google Chromebooks and apps for education. Jul 1, 2013 1301
Using data to get to the top: profiles of two race to the top-district winners show how they are using data to drive school reforms and personalize education. Schaffhauser, Dian Jun 1, 2013 2216
How digital literacy is the foundation of academic success: to reap the benefits of education technology, students need digital skills. Jun 1, 2013 1295
District use of social networks up 44 percent in two years. May 1, 2013 350
Crossing the device divide: with the help of browser-based software, students in BYOD districts can be on the same page even if they have different devices. Raths, David May 1, 2013 1666
Taming the printer monster: districts are finding technological answers to the problem of paper and ink. McCrea, Bridget Apr 1, 2013 1912
After Newtown, districts around the country are turning to a variety of technological solutions to help protect their campuses. Waters, John K. Apr 1, 2013 2060
Creating device-neutral assignments for BYOD classes. Fortson, Kim Feb 1, 2013 479
OER and the common Core: will the new state standards push more districts to start using open educational resources? Waters, John K. Feb 1, 2013 2453
Clicking your way to student success! Bostwick, Dianna; Foster, John; Bloomfield, Amie; Rutledge, Paul Jan 1, 2013 1829
1-to-1: bar none: Mooresville, NC's four-year path to a districtwide laptop program led to across-the-board academic achievement and this year's Sylvia Charp Award. Plummer, Lisa Aug 1, 2012 3094
Creating Connections: school districts all over the country are taking advantage of technology to better communicate, not only with parents and students, but with members of their communities not directly involved with schools. Gordon, Dan Jun 1, 2012 1389
A unified "cloud" brings resources and applications together on one web desktop: Stoneware's webNetwork gives Marion County (FL) users access to files, applications and reports on-demand, anywhere and on any device. May 1, 2012 567
Are you ready for BYOD: advice from the trenches on how to prepare your wireless network for the bring-your-own-device movement. Raths, David May 1, 2012 2867
Small district makes big gains with online curriculum, support: A+ Anywhere Learning System by [K.sup.12] helps Ohio school meet and exceed state standards after period of struggle. Case study Mar 1, 2012 551
Gartner finds districts not making the most of SIS/LMS implementations. Brief article Feb 1, 2012 206
Assuring a virtual second chance: in an effort to stem high school dropout rates, some districts are turning to blended credit recovery models that combine online learning with in-person support. But how do they work? Plummer, Lisa Feb 1, 2012 1300
Ease the budget burden ... and regain control of your I.T. costs: ideas for cutting costs, making the most of your resources, and delivering the best service you can in the midst of the amazing, ever-shrinking IT budget and the worst economic recession in recent history. Schaffhauser, Dian Cover story Feb 1, 2012 2921
Diving into the cloud. O'Hanlon, Charlene; Schaffhauser, Dian Jan 1, 2012 3566
Unleash the power of technology in education. Loertscher, David V. Oct 1, 2011 1118
Big-city rules: When large urban school districts undertake technology implementation, things can get ... well, a little bit complicated. But that doesn't mean that big-city schools can't find success. Gordon, Dan Cover story Sep 1, 2011 2711
Wireless to the nth degree: wireless access points that utilize the 802.11n standard offer superfast speeds and can simultaneously support a multitude of bandwidth-hogging devices. Fredette, Michelle Sep 1, 2011 1198
Forum Guide to Ensuring Equal Access to Education Websites: Introduction to Electronic Information Accessibility Standards. NFES 2011-807. Abstract Jul 1, 2011 344
Making the big shift: districts in Indiana have created innovative alternatives to textbooks, thanks in part to a change in state policy. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Jun 1, 2011 1406
The journey to digital content delivery: an instructional technology director takes us down his district's path from an outdated content delivery system to one that belongs in the 21st century. Scrogan, Len Jun 1, 2011 1283
Educating the Next Generation of Energy Conservation Leaders - Surrey School District Partners with Pulse Energy for Conservation and Education. May 26, 2011 641
A taste for telepresence: although high-end videoconferencing is still new to this Maryland school district, it's a sensible next step on a well-planned path to location-free communication. Schaffhauser, Dian Apr 1, 2011 1292
Panda Security study shows 63% of schools have at least two IT security breaches a year. Brief article Mar 23, 2011 149
Acceptable Use Policies in a Web 2.0 & Mobile Era: A Guide for School Districts. Abstract Feb 18, 2011 313
Michigan district saves with green upgrades. Brief article Feb 1, 2011 123
Keeping it clean: introducing online social media into your educational mission brings you right into a hacker's bull's-eye, Can you ensure your learning environment stays uninfected? Waters, John K. Jan 1, 2011 2883
Thirtyseven4 Antivirus Selected to Protect the Panhandle Independent School District. Nov 4, 2010 402
Taking the plunge: virtual computing can take some getting used to. Three districts that have made the leap from conventional desktop PCs offer firsthand advice. Demski, Jennifer Nov 1, 2010 3455
Flip-flopping the education paradigm through vodcasting. Brief article Oct 1, 2010 185
Shape, throttle, and roll: bandwidth management technology enables school districts to keep their networks running free and easy. O'Hanlon, Charlene Aug 1, 2010 1414
A revolution on hold: as policymakers move to broaden the availability of digital content in education, barriers of funding, bandwidth, training, and bureaucracy are making it a slow go. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Jun 1, 2010 1715
Making IT work for you: district technology departments can avoid employee burnout and optimize operations by letting automated solutions take over some of their more tedious tasks. O'Hanlon, Charlene May 1, 2010 1395
Prepare for impact: for years industry experts have been predicting the widespread adoption of open source tools by K-12 school districts. They're about to be proved right. Waters, John K. May 1, 2010 2899
A strategy worth watching: human resources is out, human capital is in: how a simple departmental name change has propelled the use of data-driven, observation-based systems that recognize teachers as the primary influence on student achievement. Hua, Vanessa May 1, 2010 2802
What's your game plan: implementing a program to bring video games into instruction requires thoughtful preparation. Success hinges on appealing to game-savvy students, fretful teachers, and dubious parents and administrators. Gordon, Sheri May 1, 2010 2899
Meeting the needs of gifted students through online programs. Weber, Christine L.; Smith, Donnajo Apr 1, 2010 3208
An 'intelligent' implementation. Apr 1, 2010 535
Extreme makeover: achieving a solid core infrastructure: if your IT staff expends most of its energy running in place just to keep up with support demands, it may be time for a data center makeover. Upgrading to new components such as server virtualization and power and cooling management allows you to work more efficiently and strengthens your ability to support your district's educational mission. Apr 1, 2010 2049
The virtues of virtualization: virtualization really can help a school district do more with less. Apr 1, 2010 1151
Opening the data door. Ullman, Ellen Apr 1, 2010 638
What's in it for us? By following a foursome of best practices from the business world, K-12 districts can guide their BI initiatives toward an effective implementation. Waters, John K. Apr 1, 2010 2120
High School 2.0; can Philadelphia's School of the Future live up to its name? Mezzacappa, Dale Mar 22, 2010 3531
Zero clients--even thinner than thin clients. Mar 1, 2010 358
Use of education data. Brief article Feb 5, 2010 107
Saved by the cloud. Horan, KeriLee Feb 1, 2010 692
The classroom in 3D: districts are 'future-proofing' their schools with new projectors built to bring the three-dimensional experience to students. Now they just have to wait for content providers to catch up. Stroud, Sara Feb 1, 2010 1237
Scare tactics: the H1N1 flu pandemic served notice to districts to get their disaster readiness strategies in order. Many are using technology solutions to head off or respond to emergencies, and prevent a cessation of learning. Hua, Vanessa Feb 1, 2010 2425
Now what? The stimulus bill has put school districts in an unfamiliar quandary: how to spend a surplus of ed tech money. A broad section of educators offer their views on where a big surge of technology funds would do the most good. Waters, John K. Feb 1, 2010 3012
All systems go: the adoption of two cutting-edge technologies transforms a fickle wireless network into a fast, efficient engine of learning. O'Hanlon, Charlene Jan 1, 2010 1233
Educational Technology in Public School Districts: Fall 2008. First Look. NCES 2010-003. Gray, Lucinda; Lewis, Laurie Report Dec 1, 2009 307
Developing math and science teacher pedagogical skills through electronic mentorship. Prouty, Daniel Dec 1, 2009 3341
Technology in education. Brief article Oct 29, 2009 144
More than machines: comprehensive technology integration programs go beyond laptop initiatives to provide teachers with the support they need to improve student engagement and achievement. Fox, Christine Jun 1, 2009 1858
Free at last: by creating a user-generated, ever-growing library of original digital content, an Arizona school district has liberated its teachers from the restraints of a textbook-driven curriculum model. Demski, Jennifer Jun 1, 2009 2625
Report card: we check out who's making the grade--or needs improvement--in education around the country. Brief article May 1, 2009 122
Virtualize me! K-12's burgeoning interest in cost-cutting, productivity-boosting virtualization technologies has vendors starting to take notice. Waters, John K. Apr 1, 2009 2526
The Realities of K-12 Virtual Education. Glass, Gene V. Report Apr 1, 2009 230
Technology in Massachusetts Schools. An Annual Report Based on Data Submitted by Districts. Report Apr 1, 2009 234
Dear Gayle, Dear Sheryl: using e-mail for a principal mentorship: a steady stream of e-mails that share necessary knowledge, authentic feedback, and mutual and sincere caring can build a strong foundation for an effective mentorship. School districts should not underestimate the support e-mail mentoring can provide for novice principals. Boris-Schacter, Sheryl; Vonasek, Gayle Column Mar 1, 2009 2499
Dollars that make sense: the tally for outfitting a new high school with technology can reach seven figures in a hurry. Here's how two tech directors met the challenge by spending wisely. Schaffhauser, Dian Feb 1, 2009 1463
Mission accomplished: two districts, one goal: to use data to drive decision-making. Returning to them nearly a year after our last visit, we find both have achieved breakthroughs, discovering new ways to draw insights from student performance, and then step in to better it. Weinstock, Jeff Feb 1, 2009 2228
ePortfolio: action research team professional development plan. Cobb, Aries Jan 1, 2009 2701
SETDA urging action to improve education. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 244
A savings twofer: efforts to reduce the costs of operating the district data center are also producing positive benefits for the environment. O'Hanlon, Charlene Dec 1, 2008 1381
'Animation Creates Life!' A Virginia educator explains how the use of computer animation has the power to engage students in a way that is unique among classroom technologies. Schaffhauser, Dian Dec 1, 2008 1414
Nowhere to hide: stay in bed till 2 p.m.? Not when your school can track you electronically. Kovach, Gretel C. Column Nov 3, 2008 511
New network improves reliability: Texas school district has show-and-tell for new high-performance network infrastructure. Oct 1, 2008 1453
High maintenance: running a successful 1-to-1 program requires diligent upkeep--along with a few veteran tricks of the trade. Waters, John K. Aug 1, 2008 3020
Strike up the bandwidth: are districts suitably prepared for the ever-increasing need for faster connectivity in our schools? Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Jul 1, 2008 1359
Go EAST, young people. Tyler, Tommy Jul 1, 2008 568
A winning vision: this year's Sylvia Charp Award recipient brings a clear and determined purpose to its technology innovations. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Jun 1, 2008 473
One-stop shopping with learning management systems: virtual course delivery is only one of many options afforded by an LMS, which allows educators to transfer online a host of educational and administrative tasks. Shein, Esther Jun 1, 2008 1278
The color of money: school districts are discovering the abundant financial gains to be had by going green. Riedel, Chris Jun 1, 2008 1709
Greenwich (N.Y.) Central School District www.greenwichcsd.org. Dyrli, Kurt O. May 1, 2008 748
Content, anyone? Free and always available, web-based open source materials are providing educators with a fertile, ever-adaptable supply of instructional resources. O'Hanlon, Charlene May 1, 2008 1395
Together at last: left out of the digital revolution for too long, special education is finally being integrated into student information systems. Waters, John K. May 1, 2008 2881
Though stationary units are most common, the prominent use of mobile computing devices in schools indicates the rise in 1-to-1 implementations. Brief article May 1, 2008 261
Making a difference with multimedia. Miners, Zach Mar 1, 2008 471
Mix master: the Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) has emerged as a cornerstone of K-12 data warehousing, enabling once-isolated information to be shared among diverse systems. Waters John K. Mar 1, 2008 2557
Virginia Beach City (Va.) public schools: www.vbschools.com. Dyrli, Kurt O. Feb 1, 2008 646
Calling off cell phones. Zirkel, Perry A. Feb 1, 2008 1556
10-gig switching. Brief article Feb 1, 2008 110
Schools standardize IT cabinets: equipment placed in classrooms will allow for future growth and new technologies. Feb 1, 2008 997
Automated call system a success. Jan 17, 2008 339
Tech success for special education. Esposito, Jennifer Chase Jan 1, 2008 612
Videoconferencing: what teachers need to know. French, Jennifer Jan 1, 2008 2694
Districts revamp curricula for 21st-century learning. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 108
When 'acceptable' becomes unacceptable: the growth of virtual schools is forcing districts to reconsider their AUPs, whose restrictions on new technologies can stunt online teaching and learning. Ferdig, Richard E. Dec 1, 2007 1155
The teacher becomes the student: the same online technologies that districts have adopted as tools for learning are being used by instructors to augment their own education. O'Hanlon, Charlene Nov 1, 2007 1291
Extracurricular for technologists who do their homework. Brief article Oct 1, 2007 249
Digital IP-based security cameras. Dyrli, Kurt O. Aug 1, 2007 634
It's the little things: cutting-edge computing accessories improve productivity, enhance security, and refine systems, putting so-called 'peripheral' needs front and center. Waters, John K. Column Jun 1, 2007 2514
Taking inventory: keeping on top of your IT assets is an imperative. The newest products can ensure license compliance while helping with budgeting, software updating, and bug fixing. Dern, Daniel P. Jun 1, 2007 1268
Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop chosen by San Diego Unified School District. Brief article May 22, 2007 207
Another digital divide looms: districts want digitally based content--publishers say obstacles stand in the way. Can we work to bring the two sides together? Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Column May 1, 2007 505
Out of print: traditional textbook publishers are having to adjust to a changing market, as K-12 educators show a growing interest in digital content. Waters, John K. May 1, 2007 2866
In case of emergency: web-based notification systems can send out thousands of messages in mere minutes, alerting parents to everything from school closures to predators in the area. Waters, John K. Apr 1, 2007 1220
Magnum B.I.: using powerful business intelligence tools, two districts are drilling down to the finer points of student data, where the most revealing insights lie. Briggs, Linda L. Apr 1, 2007 2754
Forging a bond: how the relationship between one school district and its surrounding community has produced a string of winning ed tech ballot initiatives. Starkman, Neal Apr 1, 2007 1149
Technology enhances Science in New York District. Brief article Mar 1, 2007 245
Desk jockeys: AV control systems give teachers the reins to multiple classroom computing devices, without their having to leave the lectern. Waters, John K. Mar 1, 2007 985
Curriculum Unbound! Freed from the nuisances of paper-based methods, districts are making creative use of digital tools to move their curricular documents online, where educators can collaborate on course development and lesson planning. Waters, John K. Mar 1, 2007 2690
Patrolling Web 2.0: as the internet grows more complex, districts need more than a conventional filter to protect tech-savvy students from unsafe online content. Losinski, Robert Mar 1, 2007 1110
A measure of success: the first rounds of data are in, and districts are evaluating the impact of their 1-to-1 programs. With the results showing a revolution in teaching and learning, the task now is to find ways to keep the funding alive. O'Hanlon, Charlene Feb 1, 2007 2473
Hand it over! Districts are turning to the latest in mobile technology to crack down on age-old campus crime problems such as graffiti and theft. Briggs, Linda L. Dec 1, 2006 1313
Customized learning: a search engine that adapts to individual student abilities has proven to be an ideal addition to one district's effort to differentiate instruction. Ellisor, Amy Dec 1, 2006 1114
IBM IP-based telephone system deployed at Ridge-Pitt Meadows School District. Brief article Nov 27, 2006 168
Schools choosing Meru wireless. Nov 1, 2006 423
Keeping students safe: Broward County School District tells how an electronic visitor management system helps it keep out sex offenders and others who might endanger students. Ritter, John R.; Fox, Jonathan Nov 1, 2006 2518
Value judgments: are your technology expenditures proving to be money well spent? A new online TCO tool will let you know. Starkman, Neal Nov 1, 2006 2629
Hiring out for IT support: your technology environment has outgrown your staff's ability to maintain it. What's a district to do? Try that trusted 21st-century solution: outsource it. Waters, John K. Nov 1, 2006 2483
Extracurricular: for technologists who do their homework. Brief article Nov 1, 2006 122
Keep the customer satisfied: like any good organization, we need to stay in touch with our consumers--the students. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Oct 1, 2006 594
A plan without a plan: without some leadership and cooperation at all levels, a new federal mandate for gathering data on students' technological literacy will produce meaningless results. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Oct 1, 2006 1131
K-12 School District makes big move to wireless, giving students, faculty and IT staff hassle free connectivity. Davis, Pete Oct 1, 2006 975
Taking the work out of homework: with the rise of the internet, schools are seeing an epidemic of cut-and-paste plagiarism. But the same technology that's making plagiarism easy is being used by teachers to catch copycats in the act. Villano, Matt Cover story Oct 1, 2006 2545
The technology of smart $hopping: cheaper, more efficient, and altogether easier than paper-based methods, electronic purchasing is eliminating handwritten requisition forms and long waits for supplies. So why are districts so slow to make the transition? Brigss, Linda L. Oct 1, 2006 2545
Reinventing the square wheel: is your district choking the potential out of exciting new technologies? Stager, Gary Oct 1, 2006 1015
Takin' it to the creeks: handheld technology is making for a whole new kind of science lesson. Briggs, Linda L. Sep 1, 2006 1145
Power up, don't power down: barring students from using cell phones, MySpace, and other communication technologies once they enter the classroom is the wrong approach. A better move would be integrating those tools into instruction. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Sep 1, 2006 1054
Teaming up to go 1-to-1: districts are discovering that the secret to implementing a good laptop program is finding a good partner. Villano, Matt Sep 1, 2006 2242
From revolutionary to evolutionary: 10 years of 1-to-1 computing: laptop initiatives are now a decade old. Once a point of controversy, they have become the cornerstone of every district's technology hopes. Wambach, Catherine Sep 1, 2006 1096
Data storage gets personal as digital options abound, students are now using technology to create sophisticated multimedia projects they want to keep. Niles, Rae Sep 1, 2006 1003
Appliances deliver identity security; DNS, DHCP and AAA controls aid VoIP and wireless deployments. Sep 1, 2006 1081
Photo-sharing Web sites: sites such as Flickr and Webshots are exploding in popularity. Dyrli, Odvard Egil Editorial Aug 1, 2006 600
Wireless WAN. McClure, Ann Aug 1, 2006 662
The 4-1-1 on District 219: this year's Charp Award winner is honored at NECC for its unique and compelling use of technology, particularly in support of teachers. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Aug 1, 2006 466
Help wanted: human resources for K-12. Brief article Aug 1, 2006 213
Dive into data. Butler, Kevin Jul 1, 2006 520
No-nonsense networking: connecting dozens of schools in a high-speed network while on a budget is no small feat. The key to success? Finding partners who know what they're doing. Null, Christopher Jul 1, 2006 2054
Web-powered job recruiting: online teacher recruiting saves time, money and resources. Dyrli, Odvard Egil Jul 1, 2006 556
Substitute roster. McClure, Ann Jul 1, 2006 666
Evaluating new technology for staff development. Pryor, Caroline R. Jun 22, 2006 4069
Grading tests. Sturgeon, Julie Jun 1, 2006 584
The hidden downside of wireless networking: Wi-Fi can cause big trouble--and you may not even know it. Here's how to keep the hackers at bay. Tweney, Dylan Jun 1, 2006 2297
Big brother gets bolder: security software on laptops goes off school grounds and into students' and teachers' homes. Pascopella, Angela Jun 1, 2006 2725
N.J. School District has an eye on security. Butler, Kevin Jun 1, 2006 526
Do-it-yourself online video: services such as PutFile and YouTube bring benefits and dangers to schools. Dyrli, Odvard Egil Jun 1, 2006 620
Conquering cyberphobia, one staffer at a time: continuous learning and ongoing technical support have proven to be the cure for techno-phobes. Patton, Carol Jun 1, 2006 1871
Illinois School District wins Charp Award. Jun 1, 2006 326
Staying connected is a 'breeze': an ed-tech specialist explains how a versatile Web conferencing tool is helping his sprawling district remove the distance between teachers, administrators, and staff. Miller, Matt Interview May 1, 2006 1235
Tablet PCs: the write approach: move over, laptops. As 1-to-1 computing becomes the goal on K-12 campuses, school districts are turning to this newer, pen-based technology. Milner, Jacob Apr 1, 2006 2541
Lone star literacy: against all odds, Texas has enjoyed dramatic success in its implementation of Reading First. The state's well-coordinated approach and innovative use of technology offer a model for others to follow. Brown, Justine Apr 1, 2006 2310
Doorway to knowledge: a statewide Web portal is exciting Kansas students about technology's ability to help them 'learn new stuff.'. Cochran, Allie Apr 1, 2006 538
Interactivity for the 21st century: a Southern California tech coordinator wants to create a classroom that engages all three essential participants in education: teachers, students, and parents. Here's how he intends to do it. Apr 1, 2006 659
Technology in Massachusetts Schools, 2004-2005. Louie, Connie; Hargrave, Susan Report Apr 1, 2006 302
Bradford Council selects Sun solutions. Brief Article Mar 10, 2006 219
Real-life laptop usage to be studied. Pascopella, Angela Mar 1, 2006 482
The perfect plan: one district goes beyond the usual RFP to create a document that challenges vendors to think creatively. Millard, Elizabeth Mar 1, 2006 2282
New health content for states. Ullman, Ellen Brief article Mar 1, 2006 158
A laptop for every ... teacher! Florida's governor unveils a different kind of 1-to-1 computing program. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Mar 1, 2006 1086
When disaster strikes: will your network pull through? Switching to wireless broadband is essential to a quick recovery. Kantor, Jonathan Mar 1, 2006 1205
Hallpass. Brief article Jan 13, 2006 120
"Thin is in: in more districts, thin clients are replacing "fat" computers. Is the time for a computing revolution near? Schachter, Ron Dec 1, 2005 2039
SBC signs five-year networking deal with Oklahoma district. Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 116
The power of digital integration: a small-town district prepares its high school students for the future by implementing a 1-to-1 laptop program with digital communications tools. Erb, Mark Nov 1, 2005 1231
Warming up to wireless: as wireless technology takes hold in school districts, the biggest challenge is getting teachers to embrace it, to take student learning to a new level. Milner, Jacob Cover Story Nov 1, 2005 2924
Tech choices across the board: a Connecticut school district official draws up his most-wanted list of new technologies and the vendors chosen or under consideration. Nov 1, 2005 719
Canadian school district expands, simplifies data center with KVM technology: with 24,000 students and 55 different sites, Richmond School District No. 38 needed the flexibility to manage its servers remotely from any location at any time--and ATEN's line of enterprise KVM solutions met the challenge. Dupuis, Chad Oct 1, 2005 1013
Call forwarding: VoIP goes from possibility to reality. Plan wisely now and prevent trouble in the future. Millard, Elizabeth Sep 1, 2005 1816
Flexible network infrastructure helps meet district's changing needs: IP telephony system improves student safety and staff productivity of northern Virginia district. Yost, Robert Sep 1, 2005 1533
Cisco provides IP video distribution solution to Mississippi DoE. Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 149
Surviving a communications network overhaul: a Pennsylvania school district implements a system to provide anytime, anywhere communications for its 4,700 students and 600 staff members. McGinley, Christopher W. Aug 1, 2005 1083
Testing the limits of one-stop data access: the School District of Philadelphia relies on its comprehensive technology solution to make informed teaching decisions. Renzulli, Patricia Jul 1, 2005 1079
The world of wireless: more districts than ever are pulling the plug on their traditional networks. Tablet PCs, PDAs and A/V equipment are just some of the tools being used to take advantage of the wireless trend. Millard, Elizabeth Cover Story Jun 1, 2005 2779
Solutions in special education: smart districts use tech-based approaches to keep special education requirements from draining staff and budgets. Fratt, Lisa Jun 1, 2005 1978
Montgomery County District adopts handheld-to-Web assessment tool for early learners: palmOne and Wireless Generation team up for new approach to reading diagnostics. Shannon, Dan Cover Story Jun 1, 2005 1152
Getting wired: learn how this Cincinnati-based district dramatically altered the way it teaches students through a host of cutting-edge technologies. Millard, Elizabeth May 1, 2005 1337
From lost to found. Millard, Elizabeth May 1, 2005 627
The effective, non-invasive method. Silverman, Fran Apr 1, 2005 594
Amarillo ISD improves functionality, reduces phone costs with digital communications system. Roller, Jeff D. Apr 1, 2005 884
The K-12 Technology Coordinator. Lesisko, Lee James Abstract Mar 2, 2005 393
Learning with laptops: these five examples show different ways school districts are funding laptop programs. Patton, Carol Mar 1, 2005 2090
Colorado Springs District creates Digital School in local mall for 'disenfranchised' students. Claybaugh, Kandy Feb 1, 2005 1197
Wis. districts collaborate on Web development. Murphy, Keith Dec 1, 2004 1150
Get your site reviewed. Apr 1, 2004 399
Digital Leadership Divide. Author abstract Mar 1, 2004 346
Plug in, turn on, win out: how a district went from nearly no-tech to attention-grabbing high-tech in five years. O'Connell, Brian Sep 1, 2003 1322
School IT learns to beat the heat. (Working Wise). Piazza, Peter Jul 1, 2003 737
By the numbers: a data bank on education trends for district leaders: this month: PDAS. Dianis, Laura Apr 1, 2003 325
Leon County implements system to streamline its forms management process. (Applications). Nimmons, Bill Mar 1, 2003 1025
Grades 1-8, Apache Junction Unified School District 43, Apache Junction, Arizona. PLATO Evaluation Series. Quinn, David W.; Quinn, Nancy W. Oct 1, 2002 314
Scheduling away problems. (District plus: tips and ideas for successful district leadership). Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 141
Got to start somewhere. Mar 1, 1997 413
Computer Applications Planning: Program Assessment Profile. A Tool for Analyzing School and District Programs and Activities. Jul 1, 1987 207
"A Technical Assistance Report" on Computer Technology Applications. Smithville School District, Smithville, Massachusetts. Oct 1, 1983 263

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