SchoolBrains is a secure, web-based program that can store and analyze student and staff information. This includes a student’s attendance, behavior, and test results as well as complete faculty and administrative performance records. Teachers can also use SchoolBrains to manage grading and publish report cards.

YouTube in the classroom: A new necessity?

Some say YouTube’s library of educational content allows educators to teach more creatively

Lack of school tech leaders slows progress

Cash-strapped districts can consider sharing a CIO with a neighboring district

A two-way audio system gives teachers the opportunity to listen in on multiple small group discussions simultaneously

With Lightspeed’s FLEXCAT, all students at Fremont County District 6 have a chance to be heard

Kansas City district improves with parent app

Parents can pitch ideas through website and mobile devices

Business of: New technology gives parents view of school day

Districts provide digital parent-engagement platforms on websites and in mobile apps

Here's an easier way to find lessons online

Learning Resource Metadata Initiative (LRMI) cuts through clutter of irrelevant search results

How Digital Literacy is the Foundation of Academic Success

Meeting the Demand for Broadband

Digital Literacy Is Just a Quick Click Away for N.J. Students

EasyTech by covers national and state standards while preparing students for a technological world