An IT managed service provider can save school leaders' time, money, and, most importantly, positively impact student achievement.
Increased demand, trade wars, and disrupted supply chains challenged educational technology manufacturers like never before in the pandemic's early days.
Due to their relatively low cost, durability, and integration with a number of commonly used instructional platforms, Chromebooks have come to dominate U.S. classrooms.
Cyber charter schools have attracted attention from parents and regulators as COVID-19 has forced many traditional public schools to adopt distance learning practices.
Successfully navigating the E-rate process can save schools thousands of dollars each year. Schools across the country face a daunting challenge over the next few months. While many teachers have…
IT teams will face a number of challenges when students return to school after prolonged periods of remote learning. Learn about some of the key milestones and how to tackle them.
While navigating the E-rate process may seem daunting, doing so can save schools thousands of dollars each year and free up funds for other instructional priorities.
For a school, successful IT management is invisible. The technology itself might be ubiquitous, the support must be responsive, but none of it should burden teachers, distract students, or hamper operations.
Ethos Classical is a kindergarten through fifth-grade tuition-free charter school in Atlanta, Georgia that delivers a liberal education deeply focused on literacy and the arts.
Educational technology firms have adapted their troubleshooting methods for the demands of remote learning, which often requires additional time and patience.