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Article Apr, 2018

3 Superintendent Tips for a Balanced Budget

See three helpful tips to balance your district’s budget from David Bein, an Assistant Superintendent for Business in Illinois.

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July, 2017

PowerSchool’s Post-ISTE Recap

Last week, PowerSchool’s team, along with 20,000 other educators and techies, descended upon San Antonio for the ISTE Conference & Expo to discover new ways to learn with technology. Here is the wrap-up.

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September, 2016

The Ultimate Educator’s Guide to Twitter

If you are in the education industry and are not on Twitter – you are missing out! This worldwide network is a powerful education tool. Not only for finding resources to share in the classroom, but for professional development as a teacher, administrator, superintedent, or district leader! With over 2,000 participants in Twitter chats each […]

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August, 2016

The Ultimate Teacher’s Guide to Pinterest

We can’t believe it is August already! The new school year is just around the corner, which means professional learning days, classroom preparation, and lesson planning are quickly approaching (or have already started)! To make sure you are fully prepared for the upcoming year, we wanted to introduce you to a little-known social media website: Pinterest. Pinterest is […]

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March, 2016

Student Engagement and 20% Time: What We Can Learn From The Technology Sector

Few K-12 students have time to pursue independent inquiries during the school day, even when these questions might help them better understand the academic material presented. This lack of time for additional research and making real world connections concerns K-12 educators, many of whom are seeking ways to increase engagement and provide school time for […]

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