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Edtech Providers Collaborate for a Unified Approach to Interoperability


In the realm of education technology, a similar disarray unfolds without a standardized system for edtech interoperability. Educators and students grapple with navigating multiple platforms, each with its own unique interfaces and data structures. Why is implementation worth it?

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Partnerships strengthen computer science movement

eSchool News

Programs between the education, business communities help students become engaged in computer science courses from a younger age. As computer science grows in popularity, some districts are going beyond traditional courses and are partnering with local businesses to take their computer science education to the next step. ” .

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In the marketplace: Measuring student progress, new digital solutions, personalized learning, and more

eSchool News

Tech-savvy educators know they must stay on top of the myriad changes and trends in education to learn how teaching and learning can best benefit from technology’s near-constant change. Skyward has launched Qmlativ Education Management System, the next evolution of the company’s SIS and ERP technology.

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How to Quickly Create, Send, & Translate a Parent Newsletter


If you aren’t familiar with using Google then this might take some time investment at the beginning, but trust me learning to use Google Suites and Apps is the best teacher time and sanity saver! Option 2 (Fastest option): Download your class student roster from your school’s Learning Management System (ex.

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10 priorities for K-12 IT leaders

eSchool News

School districts are moving to highly digital ecosystems, and K-12 IT leaders have more and more to manage to ensure that teaching and learning can go on uninterrupted by failing or clunky technology. CoSN’s annual IT Leadership Survey offers critical insight into what’s expected of today’s K-12 IT leaders.

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