Report warns of need for identity, access management tech

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CoSN report delves into ways that identity and access management can strengthen student security. As school districts nationwide increasingly turn to digital content, the need for robust identity and access management technologies is growing. This, as well as the benefits of these resources and their current uses nationwide, is the focus of CoSN’s EdTechNext report, Identity and Access Management: Fundamentals for Securing Student Data and Privacy.

Making Teachers' Lives Easier

A Principal's Reflections

From extra help, to grading papers, to creating assessments and coming up with activities, my profession reached far into my home life. With Classlink, I am able to save my documents to my personal drive on the school’s server, and access them from ANY computer with Internet capability. What I like the most about Classlink is that I can access it from anywhere. The following is a guest post by Jessica Groff, an English teacher here at New Milford High School.

In the marketplace: Science achievement skyrockets, makerspaces expand, and more

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SchoolDude announced that Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) has saved $2 million over the last five years due to its preventive maintenance program managed by Dude Solutions’ MaintenanceEssentials Pro. Select districts in 2017 will be able to use the embedded and interim assessments to inform and tailor instruction across all tiers of intervention, while accessing deep learning analytics from the companies’ platforms to measure impact and efficacy.

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