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  1. Education IT News For VARs — June 17, 2014
    6/17/2014

    In the news, a New Jersey bill would require police to access all school security cameras — and to force schools without cameras to install them. Also, the issue of keeping student data private is in the news again, with an email containing student data sent to 160 law students. In other news, technology integrated with a high school’s yearbook enables students to scan a photo to watch a video on a smartphone app.

  2. Education IT News — June 9, 2014
    6/9/2014

    In the news, as more schools are moving student data to the cloud with plans to implement data analysis tools, privacy remains a concern. Also, a group of educators, researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors draft an “Edtech Bill of Rights.” In addition, an article lists technologies anticipated to impact K-12 education, including cloud computing, gamification, and learning analytics.

  3. What VARs Need To Know About Providing Biometrics ID Solutions
    6/3/2014

    If you provide access control solutions, you are certainly familiar with biometrics identification, but is providing this technology within your company’s capabilities, expandable to other areas of clients’ organizations?

  4. Education IT News For VARs — June 2, 2014
    6/3/2014

    In the news this week, data-driven lessons provide teachers with a look at metrics that impact decision making. Articles also provide you with proof that ROI for tech investments includes student engagement, and tech integrators in classrooms help optimize the students’ experience.

  5. Education IT News For VARs — May 27, 2014
    5/27/2014

    In the news, the Louisiana State Senate approved a bill that prohibits student data from being sold for commercial use. Also, tablets are a trend in classrooms, with 3.5 million expected to be purchased by schools this year, and a study shows more students are favoring teachers’ use of technology in the classroom.

  6. The Importance Of Connecting Schools To First Responders With Tech Solutions
    5/20/2014

    School security continues to be an increasingly important issue. Parents, teachers, administrators, and the U.S. government all have recognized the need to improve our schools’ current security measures.

  7. Education IT News For VARs — May 19, 2014
    5/19/2014

    In the news, some schools struggling with inadequate Internet service and outdated computers are cutting technology investments instead of upgrading. Also, a school in Kentucky uses data analysis to place students at the appropriate grade level. In addition, an article tells how STEM program classrooms can benefit from 3D printers.

  8. Education IT News For VARs — May 12, 2014
    5/12/2014

    In the news, the Big Data and Privacy Working Group makes recommendations to the president, including protecting students from inappropriately shared data. Also, articles list technologies schools can’t afford to ignore and how technology can enhance special-needs classes.

  9. Education IT News – May 6, 2014
    5/6/2014

    Technology continues to make waves in classrooms across the country, predicting future job markets, increasing security measures, and identifying new education frontier. However, privacy concerns halt the data-driven company InBloom and bring the parameters of educational technology to question.

  10. Education IT News For VARs — April 28, 2014
    4/28/2014

    In the news, and educational software company closes over student privacy issues, and the Gates Foundation surveyed teacher and students to see what they want from digital instruction tools. Also a Sudbury, NJ, school moved forward with cloud-based technology that provides a live video feed of schools to police—at the urging of a Sandy Hook victim’s parent.

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