School operations teams make the school run. From transportation to food services and emergency readiness, non-instructional leaders take all non-teaching-related tasks off of principals' plates.
Effective charter schools share a number of key characteristics that separate them from their traditional public school peers.
The use of technology didn't spike during COVID—it reached a new normal, and it's staying up there. Normalcy will not involve dropping back to 2019 levels of device usage, instructional technology and edutech proliferation, and technical support. This is the new landscape and how we help maintain it.
Want to integrate technology into your classroom teaching, but unsure of where to start? Read our post to learn more about how integrating technology and instruction drives student achievement.
Through the power of social media, teachers can source engaging instructional content and open lines of communication with students' family members in ways that impact student achievement.
Virtual reality offers teachers the chance to expand opportunities for student learning and impact student achievement.
Educational technology can cost schools thousands of dollars that could be put to use for other instructional priorities. CTS is here to help.
The smart classroom is likely to transform the existing educational landscape, putting additional burdens on school leaders, teachers, and school technology teams.
School device workflows might not sound particularly exciting, but effective device management can have an outsized impact on instruction and ultimately improve student achievement.
While remote instruction may have proved difficult--even infuriating--for some students and their families, other students benefitted from the unique characteristics of distance learning.