Articles: Networks

6/1/2011

There is a fine line between making student data available to influence data-driven decisions and still respecting student privacy. For this reason, the U.S.

5/1/2011

The Connect All Schools Initiative has an ambitious goal: To lInk all schools internationally by 2016.

4/1/2011

Departments of education at the state level with high-quality longitudinal data systems in place have doubled within the last year, according to the sixth annual data for action report released by the Data Quality Campaign, an organization that encourages policymakers to

1/1/2011

The physical infrastructure and capabilities of K12 information technology have undergone a transformation over the years, according to "The Future of Information Technology." This white paper, released by the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) on Nov.

9/1/2010

Until this year, the Oregon Department of Education was running a central portal of thousands of learning resources that required all teachers and students in the state to have an e-mail address as authentication for security purposes.

3/1/2010

The popularity of thin clients may soon diminish as districts catch wind of zero clients, the latest computer technology that is even thinner and lower maintenance.

2/1/2010

The release of the highly anticipated National Broadband Plan, scheduled for February 17, has been delayed, leaving advocates for broadband reform in suspense.

2/1/2010

Administrators and information technology staff at Hudson Falls Central School District in Kingsbury, N.Y., found that individually managed computers were costing them an inordinate amount of time and money.

11/1/2009

For the Tangipahoa Parish School System, federal stimulus funds provided a unique opportunity to get some new computers for its classrooms.

3/1/2009

Among the many effects of the U.S. economic crisis is one that may not immediately come to mind: an increase in computer virus attacks.

3/1/2009

Most school districts face more mandates and less funding each year, so many search for solutions to save across the board. The Alvarado (Texas) Independent School District turned to technology to save money.

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