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1:1 or 1:None?
are many great examples of one-to-one programs that have been well implemented
and have achieved their goals. Go to any Edtech conference and you will hear
presentations from folks that have done this well. Or pick up a copy of Project Red , which off...

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Death knell for proprietary tablet ecosystems?
past week has seen a lot of news on the tablet front. While it may be old news
that tablet sales are declining , this past week two negative
major stories broke about school-focused tablet companies.  The first involved
high profile Amplify , which cre...

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The hardest part of change
I started cleaning some items out for our annual curbside trash pickup yesterday. As I grabbed a lawn mower grass bag that had been in the garage for at least five years, never touched once during that time, I had to stop myself from the “but you might need...

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Judson ISD Parent Center wins a Best in Texas Award from the Center for Digital Government
Technology is a growing industry with an impact in virtually every walk of our modern life.  Education has certainly been affected and  Judson ISD's Technology Services has proven to be a leader in innovation among not just public education, but in general ...

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CoSN 2015 Texas CTO Clinic Supports K-12 Technology Leadership Growth
Missed the 2015 CoSN Texas CTO Clinic?  Check out some missed highlights at Technology & Learning Magazine's web site at 

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Can Schools Become Future Ready When Families Aren’t Connected?
One of the most vexing challenges for schools trying to convert to becoming  Future Ready  by transitioning to digital learning, is the persistently large number of students from families that do not have  Internet access .  Internet access alone will not b...

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The Data Privacy Fervor
activity around student data privacy has reached a new level of fervor, with
state and federal legislators locked and loaded, ready to take aim at
vendors, districts, and teachers alike. There are an amazing number of parties
and organizations weighing ...

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