As seen on eSchool Media October 21st, 2019

    Interoperability: Why schools need it for safety plans

    By Danielle Myers
    General Manager, Status Solutions
    With safety at the top of school administration’s priority list, rapid development of new technology and ever-changing ways of disseminating information to keep students and faculty safe are coming into the light. Schools are decked out with cameras, door access control, and a multitude...

    As seen on eSchool Media October 21st, 2019

    When should I pull the plug on edtech?

    By Erin Werra
    Writer, Skyward and Advancing K12
    Your implementation team has hiked through swamps and peaks of data, interoperability, and training to get your newest edtech venture ready—but there are still plenty of bugs to work out, systems refuse to play nice, and the whispers of mutiny are getting louder by...

    As seen on eSchool Media October 3rd, 2019

    Educators invited to attend the Discovery Educator Network’s 2019 Fall VirtCon

    By eSchool Media Staff
    The Discovery Educator Network (DEN) invites teachers and administrators around the world to participate in the 2019 Fall VirtCon on Saturday, October 19, from 8:45 AM to 2:30 PM ET. A no-cost, virtual professional learning conference, this peer-to-peer experience provides a unique opportunity for...

    As seen on eSchool Media October 1st, 2019

    eSchool News launches innovative Robotics Guide for educators

    By Laura Ascione
    Managing Editor, eSchool News
    The first in a series of topic-specific guides, the eSchool News Robotics Guide covers everything you need to know about robotics education We are excited to bring you the very first in a series of eSchool News Guides, which are full of resources, tips,...

    As seen on eSchool Media September 27th, 2019

    The perfect edtech platform for a parent

    By Zach Vander Veen
    cofounder and vp of instruction , Abre Inc.
    Here is the math I do as a parent. I have three middle school children. Between the three of them I currently have 83 unique data accounts to track. Many require different usernames and passwords. Some overlap. All can demand attention. I have a...

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