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School Leaders Ask for Better Data on Parent Engagement: SIS Survey

School Leaders Ask for Better Data on Parent Engagement: SIS Survey

We surveyed 180 K-12 leaders about their successes and struggles with retrieving meaningful data from their Student Information Systems. Full results...

Why Belleville School District Moved to OnCourse Student Information System

Years ago, your district kept itself running by seeking out different vendors for online grade books, attendance, discipline, etc. Recently, the trend is becoming more and more geared toward a ...

14 of the Best (and Worst) Teachers in TV History

Everyone remembers who their favorite (or least favorite) teacher was, growing up. It takes a special type of person to teach, mold, shape and inspire youths - that, and a lot of work. In...

OnCourse EdTech Summit Comes to NJ This November

Attention all NJ education technology leaders! You are invited to join colleagues across the state at November’s OnCourse EdTech Summit, a free event aimed at improving the impact of technology on...

Your 5–Minute Guide to the New NJSMART State Assessment Registration Submission

What’s that eerie feeling creeping across New Jersey? Is it Halloween ghouls...or are you being haunted by NJSMART SUBMISSION SEASON!?! Muah-ha-ha!

How Your Professional Learning Community (PLC) Can Change the Future of Ed-Tech, in 7 Practical Steps

It’s no secret that K-12 technology can be supremely frustrating sometimes.  You’ve probably had moments where you wished for improvements to your LMS or magic whiteboard, or had an idea for an...

Student Data for Sale? Why the Student Privacy Pledge Matters

As important as it is for us to ensure students’ physical well-being while they are under our watch in the classroom, it is equally as important that we protect their information from misuse, and...

7 Ways to Make Your Principalship Last

In June 2015, I finished my 15th and final year as a school principal. I had spent 31 wonderful years in public education. I still loved the people I worked with. I still loved working with...