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Last week's successful Hour of Code program offers valuable lessons on how to restore computer science instruction in the public schools.
A pair of new studies finds that mobile technology and tablet devices do indeed make a difference in the teaching and learning environment.
Over the past few weeks, FierceEnterpriseCommunications has been examining pilot programs for cloud computing in public education. Two clear messages have emerged from these collective conversations: That cloud-based computing should not be viewed as primarily a money-saver; and that lots of training needs to preclude any actual move to the cloud.
This week and next, millions of children across the country are returning to school. For some of them, the new school year will bring new opportunities with technology. And for a growing number of school districts, that includes investments in Microsoft's foray into educational cloud computing: Microsoft Office 365 for Education.
When students in the Clarksville-Montgomery School District in Tennessee return to school in two weeks they will find freshly-buffed hallways, sparkling desk tops and a new update of what is a very new educational cloud platform--Microsoft Office 365 for Education.
By all accounts, Oregon schoolchildren have been living very well in the cloud so far. This fall, the Oregon Virtual School District completes its third year as the first state-wide rollout for Google Applications for Education, a cloud-based platform for email, student accounts, profiles, database access, file sharing and collaboration services for students.
To reach the heights of IT leadership these days, IT knowledge and expertise often isn't enough. Companies are looking for IT professionals with "business IT" knowledge, including an understanding of