This pandemic could extend for a while. So as parents create new routines, a New York Times article suggests that they shouldn't feel guilty about turning to screens more than before.
A new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education’s Future Ready Schools initiative reveals some sobering statistics regarding the digital divide.
CoSN, ClassLink, and SETDA have collaborated to prepare an updated version of their Back to School Rubric freely available as a Google Sheet.
As with just about every industry, esports has struggled to adjust to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the loss of revenue from in-person events (and the shift to virtual ones) many players and teams are exploring novel and creative ways to stay engaged and compete.
In homes across the country, families are finding that the latest generation Chromebooks powered by Intel® not only keep up with their new technology-based demands, but often exceed their expectations for an affordable, portable computing device.
The transition to remote learning during 2020 has created a need for devices that can withstand both the demands of a traditional classroom in addition to new, remote-based tasks.
The annual CoSN EdTech Leadership Survey has just been released: providing critical information on the state of K-12 technology, infrastructure, and leadership.
With school districts across the country suspending on-campus classes and onsite activities due the COVID-19 pandemic, there is growing concern about how day-to-day learning will continue in the coming weeks and months.
This article was originally published on EdTechMagazine.