High-Quality Curricula and Team-Based Professional Learning

May 22, 2018

Scan the vision and mission statements of schools and it is nearly impossible to find a school that doesn’t commit to educating “all” students or meet “each” or “every” student’s need. Yet we know that many schools fall far short of this mark. Too many students don’t experience the same high-quality learning experiences that even their peers across the aisle, hall, or county have access to.

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Accelerating Gains in K-12 Engineering Education

whitePaper | November 27, 2019

States’ efforts to incorporate technology and engineering into K-12 science instruction appear to be bearing fruit: More than five years after states began adopting K-12 science standards that feature technology & engineering, eighth graders have notched higher scores on a national assessment of those subjects. This report presents Education Commission of the States’ analysis of results from that assessment, National Assessment of Educational Progress in Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL).

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Interactive Display with Enterprise-Grade Security

whitePaper | January 20, 2020

Cybercrime is an enormous enterprise security challenge. As businesses increasingly rely on technology and the internet, exposure to workplace cyber security threats grows. Along with the rise in workplace tech, cybercrime has risen annually for several years. In 2016 it was the 2nd most reported type of crime globally. Privacy concerns parallel this rise.

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Top Trends in Education for 2020

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

Globalization has brought new ways of working, living, and therefore also studying. In 2017, according to the data of UNESCO (2019), there were over 5.3 million international students studying around the world, up from 2 million in 2000. As higher education institutions, we adapt academic systems to address the talent needs from the industry as well as the needs from cohorts of more nomadic students.

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K-12 IT SUPPORT PLAYBOOK

whitePaper | August 15, 2020

Like most K-12 school systems, Alaska’s Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District finds funding to be a constant struggle. The district’s IT department, which consists of 32 full-time staff members, must support nearly 14,000 devices used by 18,800 students and approximately 2,200 staff in 47 schools and three additional facilities spread across a geographic area the size of West Virginia. This task would be nearly impossible without improving the maturity of its IT management. But with the help of certain tools and processes, Senior IT Program Manager Justin Michaud and his colleagues are delivering more value to the district—while adopting a “customer-focused” mindset.

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Virtual Learning for Higher Education

whitePaper | September 1, 2022

The pandemic has made clear that in order for higher education to respond to new challenges, it needs to be highly adaptive. One of the most exciting areas in this regard is virtual education. This whitepaper will examine the current state of virtual education, evaluate its challenges and opportunities, and share big ideas about strategy recommendations that institutions should consider for the road ahead.

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Virtual Learning, Now and Beyond

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

The pandemic-fueled expansion of online learning will certainly persist beyond the pandemic, and schools must ensure that the transition creates accessible, high-quality options for all students. Most recently, the surge in COVID-19 Omicron variant cases and persistent ambiguity around whether and how to close schools reinforces the fact that we have failed to build intentional on-ramps to virtual education. State and local leaders can employ evidence from past online learning efforts, emerging best practices, and data from the pandemic to understand how to build a path forward that capitalizes on the potential of online learning, while avoiding the pitfalls.

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EduNxt

EduNxt is an intuitive mobile-ready, cloud-first learning ecosystem that can drive learning outcomes for your organization. It brings together learning models, eLearning content, learners and trainers to facilitate multiple paradigms including individual and collaborative learning. EduNxt delivers measurable learning outcomes that help your organization digitalize all aspects of learning without the limitations of time and reach.

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