Security

Articles: Security

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.
3/24/2015
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
District leaders need internal and external defenses to keep networks secure
Students served by Oakland USD’s Office of African American Male Achievement have increased GPAs compared to their peers.
3/19/2015
Alison DeNisco
Oakland USD's Office of African American Male Achievement develops sense of pride and identity in black male student community
Oakland USD’s restorative justice program emphasizes having students make amends for disruptive behavior instead of suspending them.
2/13/2015
Alison DeNisco
Program focuses on students making amends for disruptive behavior rather than suspensions
Brian Woods, superintendent of Northside ISD in San Antonio, serves on a regional truancy committee. His district hit a record 96 percent attendanc last school year.
1/29/2015
Matt Zalaznick
Schools personalize programs designed to bring students back to class

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4/1/2013
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