Articles: Data

Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Privacy is key. At Carl Sandburg High School in the Consolidated High School District in Illinois, above, Chief Technology Officer John Connolly, on right, discusses with a teacher some of the data and privacy features to be aware of when working with different apps.
District leaders need internal and external defenses to keep networks secure
Jessica Terrell
When it comes to instruction, new learning standards like the Common Core and technology will get the most attention in 2015. (Click to enlarge chart)
A 24/7 learning model—that’s personalized and partly controlled by students—will become more entrenched
Timothy Purnell and Timothy Teehan
Timothy Purnell is superintendent and Timothy Teehan is academic achievement officer for Somerville Public Schools.
Massachusetts school system is a 'petri dish full of best practice ideas'
Alison DeNisco
When students use technology in the classroom, every keystroke creates a trail of digital information.
New laws set rules for how districts should store this information, and for informing parents what data has been collected

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