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Cloud Technologies Drive Change at K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

billion by 2026. Known for its storage and processing capabilities, cloud technology allows schools to operate more efficiently and implement more advanced hardware and software solutions. Adoption is expected to grow. Technavio predicts that K–12 education’s cloud computing market will have increased by $1.74

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It’s budget season: How are you preparing for the fiscal cliff?

eSchool News

The imminent end of ESSER funding has pushed school districts to a critical juncture, compelling them to confront budget deficits for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year before the “fiscal cliff” hits in 2025-2026. For three years, school districts nationwide have relied on a temporary financial cushion to soften the blow from the pandemic.

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3 Fields of Study With Great Post-Graduate Prospects

EdNews Daily

The 2018 median salary for this work was in the mid $90,000s, with anticipated job growth of 9% from 2016 to 2026. The 2018 median salary for this work was in the upper $90,000, with anticipated job growth of 28% from 2016 to 2026. Cybersecurity & Networking. Occupational Therapy.

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Illinois’ Geneva School District 304 Renews Longterm Partnership with Discovery Education

American Consortium for Equity in Education

Illinois’ Geneva School District 304 (Geneva CUSD 304) today announced it has renewed its multi-year partnership with Discovery Education supporting science education in grades K-5 through the year 2026.

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Enabling the next generation of citizen data scientists

eSchool News

million new jobs by 2026. This has led to a remarkable uptick in the need for data scientists. Data science has been the top career on Glassdoor for the last four years, and according to some estimates, the field will add 11.5

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Data literacy skills: what they are and how do we teach them to our students?


For example, the need for statisticians is “expected to grow almost 34% from 2016 to 2026, with data scientists being particularly high in demand, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. ” ?If There is also a great demand for data literacy as 82% of employers expect employees to be data literate.

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4 ways to avoid cybersecurity snake oil

eSchool News

The cybersecurity industry is massive, representing literally thousands of vendors in the United States alone, with the global cybersecurity market staged to grow to over $350B by 2026. The options are extensive and confusing, and sales teams have mastered the art of introducing fear, uncertainty and doubt into the minds of their prospects.