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Article Aug, 2017

6 Tips for Schools to Get the Best Technology Return on Investment

Personalized learning classrooms are entirely different from traditional classrooms. Learn what your peers are doing to make personalized learning possible.

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relevancy gaps
August, 2017

Four School Relevancy Gaps—and How to Close Them

While 75% of fifth graders say they are engaged in school, only 34% of 12th graders feel that way. According to education researcher Phillip Schlechty, there are five ways that students respond to school-related activities.

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Making of the Unified Classroom
July, 2017

From Geek to Fatherhood: Why Education and the Unified Classroom Are So Important to Me

by Hardeep Gulati, Chief Executive Officer, PowerSchool At this year’s ISTE 2017 in San Antonio, PowerSchool was proud to launch major updates to the Unified Classroom, a revolutionary education technology solution that epitomizes what this company has been built upon for the past 20 years: empowering teachers, driving student growth, and improving K-12 education. Growing up, […]

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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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teacher
July, 2017

Seven Roles Every 21st-Century Teacher Should Fulfill

ISTE has announced a new version of its ISTE Standards for Educators, which define the skills and competencies that today’s teachers should demonstrate.

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iste 2017
June, 2017

PowerSchool’s Inside Track to ISTE 2017

ISTE has begun and we’ve got all the latest exclusive updates, just for you. Whether you’ll be in San Antonio for the event or not, we’ll keep you up to date!

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