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CoSN Issues Updated Toolkit to Tackle Nation’s “Homework Gap”

 
CoSN today released an updated version of its digital equity toolkit, titled “Supporting Students & Families in Out-of-School Learning.” The resource, which provides school leaders with strategies to help students and families who do not have adequate Internet access at home, includes a new section on how districts can partner with their local governments and communities to improve digital equity.
 

Prioritizing the Privacy Work for the Technology-Enabled School District

In the midst of important discussions on data privacy and security taking place across the nation, school leaders can easily forget how and why we adopted the array of applications that support learning and school operations. These systems did not arrive overnight. Rather, over the course of years, school leaders began to leverage software that helps scale personalized learning, provide engaging learning experiences, and run the “business” side of districts (e.g., scheduling, transportation, etc.).
 

School Technology Leaders Applaud Senate Approval of Resolution to Restore Net Neutrality

Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking), today issued the following statement on the U.S. Senate approval for a resolution to restore net neutrality:  

“Today’s successful vote was a vote with students, teachers and administrators top of mind. This is the first step in ensuring a level broadband playing field for schools in small, large, rural and urban communities nationwide.

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Why Working Class Revere, Massachusetts Cares About Digital Equity

In this next series of posts from my work study, I will describe communities where school systems are partnering with city governments, business communities, and nonprofit organizations to "go big" in addressing digital equity. As we previously noted, digital equity is a community challenge, not solely one that can be solved by a school district.

Interview with Superintendent Keith C. Rittel, Provo City School District, Utah

In this next series of posts from my work study, I will describe communities where school systems are partnering with city governments, business communities, and nonprofit organizations to "go big" in addressing digital equity. As we previously noted, digital equity is a community challenge, not solely one that can be solved by a school district.

Repurposing Educational Spectrum to Address Digital Equity: Case Study: Albemarle County Public Schools, VA

In this next series of posts from my work study, I will describe communities where school systems are partnering with city governments, business communities, and nonprofit organizations to "go big" in addressing digital equity. As we previously noted, digital equity is a community challenge, not solely one that can be solved by a school district.

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