Industry News

4/17/2013

4/17/2013

District IT leaders are prioritizing BYOD, assessment readiness, and broadband access for their schools, despite that 80 percent predict flat or declining IT budgets for the upcoming year, according to the Consortium for School Networking’s (CoSN) first-of-its-kind National IT Leadership Survey.

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Coursera

Mountain View, Calif.

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School District 45, DuPage County

Villa Park, Ill.

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Mesa Public Schools

Mesa, Ariz.

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June 23-26, 2013

San Antonio, Texas

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June 17-20, 2013

Hot Springs, Ark.

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June 10-12, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

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June 8-14, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

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May 6-10, 2013

National Harbor, Md.

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April 28-May 1, 2013

St. Louis, Mo.

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Math Recovery, a non-profit mathematics intervention council, announces that Carolyn K. Olijnek joins the organization as its first chief executive officer. Olijnek has supported Math Recovery in numerous ways, including as a mathematics trainer and as a presenter at various Math Recovery Conferences.

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Three Texas middle school students joined marine veterans and a team of surgeons on a 12-day expedition through the jungles of Central America. The expedition was part of a science education program called Exploration Nation, featuring real students applying STEM topics to the real world.

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To understand how the proposed May 7 technology levy would work for Billings K8 students, let’s take a look at how the high school technology levy that voters approved three years ago is working.

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The Board of Education is considering three separate policies geared toward improving the use and security of technology in Howard County (Md.) schools: Ensuring the proper security of all technology within the school system, defining the acceptable use of technology with the school system, and determining the proper use of social media among students and teachers.

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Some students come from homes that are conducive to learning, and they do well in school; others don’t come from such homes and, with few exceptions, do poorly.

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