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04/02/20 — Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education, Cambridge Public Schools, Cambridge, MA 04/02/20 — Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education, Cambridge Public Schools, Cambridge, MA 04/02/20 — Chief Talent Officer, Cambridge Public...


Savvy K-12 district administrators and IT staffers know to plan for when, not if, a cyber incident occurs. That planning involves having a comprehensive response strategy for mitigating the effects of ransomware or other malware. Experts also advise that, in the end, people...

source: EdTech Magazine

School leaders navigating coronavirus closures have already made changes on-the-fly to online learning programs to help students and educators overcome the numerous challenges, including access and illness. The Northshore School District (23,500 students) near Seattle was...

source: District Administration Magazine

Over the past few years, many school districts have rolled out e-Learning days — also called remote learning or flexible learning days — to make up for instructional time lost to inclement weather and other unexpected events that push school buildings to close....

source: EdTech Magazine

State leaders have a better picture now of how deep and widespread fiscal fallout from the coronavirus pandemic will be, and they're warning many K-12 districts to prepare for the worst. The impact on sales and income tax revenue of...

source: Education Week

The strange new world we find ourselves a part of is perplexing to say the least. Honestly, it's hard to know where to begin this post. Educators, if you're anything like me, you've experienced a wide range of emotions since schools closed.

source: MiddleWeb


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