Posts tagged: k-12

Was your state given an “F” in digital learning?

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 Apr 8, 2013

Most likely. Only six states — Utah, Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, Virginia, and Kansas — received an “A” or “B” on the 2012 Digital Learning Report Card, whereas 37 states received a “D” or “F.” What does this mean? Well, states have a lot of work to do. But vendors have a lot of opportunities to help digitize and automate this market. 

 

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Mobile, Mobile, Mobile – Florida Education Technology Conference Highlights

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 Feb 5, 2013

If there was one word I could use to describe FETC 2013, it’d be mobile. Two words? iPads and Security. The exhibit hall contained a variety of vendors offering course/class management software, education social media platforms, grading software, to mobile device management vendors; and almost all of them included a mobile component with their offering. While the conference focused more around the K-12 market, many of the exhibitors played within the higher education space. Attendees included teachers, administrators, and IT directors/coordinators with either two major concerns in mind: how can I optimize or secure my current mobile device infrastructure or how do I implement a successful BYOD program? Read more »

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