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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...


As novel coronavirus closures force more schools to wade into the world of online learning, the FBI is warning educators and families to beware of online sexual exploitation, and urges parents and educators to teach students about the risks and the signs. Children should...

source: Education DIVE

To slow the spread of Covid-19, governors in 46 states have closed more than 91,000 U.S. public and private schools, affecting more than 50 million school students. Most of the closures are currently scheduled to last for only two to three weeks (see figure). As those deadlines...

source: Education Next

When Utah Gov. Gary Herbert put all K-12 public schools under a soft close earlier this month to help mitigate the spread of novel coronavirus, the Duchesne County School District saw two potential problems: How would students have...

source: Education DIVE

The FCC has confirmed that schools and libraries can open up their WiFi networks to the public during the coronavirus pandemic without losing e-rate funding. In response to queries by schools and libraries, the FCC's Wireline Competition Bureau has confirmed that schools...

source: Multichannel News

Increased availability of mobile technology is enabling teaching and learning at any time, anywhere. More than half of U.S. school districts have one-to-one computing programs, says Keith Krueger, CEO of the Consortium for School Networking....

source: EdTech Magazine


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