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How to Achieve Leading School Safety when It Matters More than Ever

   There’s never been a more critical time in school safety. In addition to threats that have become ever-present, such as active shooters and extreme weather, the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened safety expectations among students, teachers, parents and other educators. When schools return to in-person instruction this fall, they’ll need to do so in a Read more

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How to Achieve Leading School Safety when It Matters More than Ever
   There’s never been a more critical time in school safety. In addition to threats that have become ever-present, such as active shooters and extreme weather, the COVID-19 pandemic Read more
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Hybrid Learning Models
 are Here to Stay Post-Pandemic. Two experts weigh in.
  As schools across the country wrap up another unusual school year, most K-12 education is still being facilitated with remote learning. However, educators are beginning to see Read more
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The GSV Cup Elite 200 Announced; Startups Will Compete For $1 Million In Prizes
ASU+GSV Summit, the annual education technology conference hosted by GSV Ventures and Arizona State University, announced today the selection of 200 pre-seed and seed education technology Read more
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4 Education Resources You May Have Missed This Month
Take a moment to read our roundup of content and resources to bring ideas, insight and inspiration into the week ahead – and beyond. While districts still face many challenges due to COVID, Read more
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Are Virtual Field Trips Going to Remain Relevant Post-Pandemic?
Virtual field trips or expeditions have gained in popularity in recent years, and the COVID-19 global pandemic has given the concept a boost as schools and now parents scramble to bring relevant, Read more
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How Tech Helps Eliminate Campus Parking Challenges for Students
Campus parking has been transformed by technology in recent years, and one of the most important new technologies is parking guidance. Parking guidance uses sensors to keep track of how many Read more

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Are Digital Tickets Here to Stay as Live Events Return?
July 26, 2021
The fans remember the highlights but the franchises remember the technology, data, and inventions that powered their season. Host Tyler Kern sits down with the innovators, leaders and founders that are taking sports Read more
Can New York Innovate Away its Public Transit Woes
July 26, 2021
With a whopping average of 56 hours a year of delay per commuter, New York recently earned the number one spot for worst traffic congestion in Texas A&M’s Urban Mobility Report. One potential solution in Read more
What is the Future for edX as a 2U For-Profit?
July 25, 2021
MIT & Harvard University have officially passed ownership of their edX online learning platform to the public benefit company 2U. Founded in 2012 in collaboration with MIT & Harvard, edX began as a Read more
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How to Achieve Leading School Safety when It Matters More than Ever
June 17, 2021
   There’s never been a more critical time in school safety. In addition to threats that have become ever-present, such as active shooters and extreme weather, the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened safety expectations among students, teachers, parents and other educators. When schools return to in-person instruction this fall, they’ll need to do so in a Read more
Hybrid Learning Models
 are Here to Stay Post-Pandemic. Two experts weigh in.
May 20, 2021
  As schools across the country wrap up another unusual school year, most K-12 education is still being facilitated with remote learning. However, educators are beginning to see the long-term value in a hybrid approach to teaching, according to AT&T’s* 2021 Future of School Report released today. 94% of teachers are open to the idea of Read more
The GSV Cup Elite 200 Announced; Startups Will Compete For $1 Million In Prizes
May 11, 2021
ASU+GSV Summit, the annual education technology conference hosted by GSV Ventures and Arizona State University, announced today the selection of 200 pre-seed and seed education technology startups as finalists in its annual GSV Cup competition. These companies were selected based on rigorous criteria by a panel of 152 esteemed judges from global venture capital Read more
4 Education Resources You May Have Missed This Month
March 22, 2021
Take a moment to read our roundup of content and resources to bring ideas, insight and inspiration into the week ahead – and beyond. While districts still face many challenges due to COVID, we also want to  share the resilience and adaptability many districts have shown as they work to educate students in a “not so normal world.“   VIDEO: In Action Series Read more
Are Virtual Field Trips Going to Remain Relevant Post-Pandemic?
March 18, 2021
Virtual field trips or expeditions have gained in popularity in recent years, and the COVID-19 global pandemic has given the concept a boost as schools and now parents scramble to bring relevant, stimulating learning experiences out of the classroom and into their pupils’ new reality. Now, a year into the pandemic, classrooms are beginning to reopen, but the Read more
How Tech Helps Eliminate Campus Parking Challenges for Students
March 17, 2021
Campus parking has been transformed by technology in recent years, and one of the most important new technologies is parking guidance. Parking guidance uses sensors to keep track of how many spaces are available in a parking lot or garage and on individual floors and transmits that information to strategically placed signage to help direct drivers to available Read more
The Value of Building Virtual Campus Tours
March 16, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all aspects of higher education, including the college selection process. Gone are the days—temporarily—of the tradition of prospective students taking road trips to visit colleges or universities they are considering attending to get a sense of the campus, speak with current students and faculty, tour student housing, and Read more
10 New EdTech Tools to Power Teaching and Learning
March 4, 2021
Instead of the usual hustle and bustle through bright and crowded exhibit hall aisles, trade shows kept exhibitors and attendees at home this year and took a virtual approach to showcasing new edtech tools and trends. During FETC and TCEA in late January and early February, virtual attendees attended presentations and engaging keynotes–and also had the chance to Read more
Why an Educational Institution’s Website Can Make or Break its Credibility
March 3, 2021
For many–if not most–potential students, as well as faculty and staff seeking employment, your college or university’s website delivers their first impressions of your institution directly onto their phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. The impact of “curb appeal,” of driving past your gates or taking an anonymous stroll around your campus to get a sense Read more