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How districts can use data now to plan for the fall

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As schools rushed to move face-to-face classes online, the unique challenges faced by students attempting to learn remotely came to the surface. The enormous loss of instructional time caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has the poten...

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Esports in Paradise

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Throughout my last two years teaching, I have had a journey that is anything but typical of a teacher, especially one who has been pushing for esports and esports education at not one, but two, different schools and age brackets. ...

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3 ways to make your school district pandemic-proof

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As uncertainty continues to grow over what school will look like in the fall, it is becoming clear that school districts must develop longer-term plans. If online school is to become a norm, or a backup solution in the event of an...

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3 things I learned from my middle school esports team

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In September 2018, my school district approved the creation of my FH Knights esports team–the first middle school esports team in the country. Over the last two years, I’ve learned a lot about running an esports team and the v...

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Making distance learning secure

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About the Author: Renee Tarun is deputy CISO at Fortinet. She is focused on enterprise security, compliance and governance, and product security. She is also a contributor to the book, “The Digital Bi...

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How to ensure home broadband access for every student

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When the coronavirus pandemic forced students into remote learning this past spring, many telecommunications companies stepped up to offer free or deeply discounted home broadband access to families who couldn’t afford it. Now, ...

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