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White Paper Aug, 2017

Finding Balance Between Curriculum and Technology

When it comes to choosing educational technology for schools and districts, differences between Curriculum Directors and Directors of Technology occur quite often with each side remaining steadfast in their recommendations. This ebook examines sources of the divide, driving forces for imbalance, differences in job descriptions, and, ultimately, six keys to collaboration to cultivate a team environment.

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professional development
June, 2017

The K-12 Administrator’s Guide to Professional Development

The traditional, formal “top-down” style of professional development, which has educators sitting together in a room to learn from an expert, is starting to be combined with a new and effective participant-driven model. Read our eBook to learn more.

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collaboration
May, 2017

Setting a Place for Collaboration

Explore how district leaders can better collaborate with all the stakeholders who sit at the district table and impact student achievement, including teachers, parents, CTOs, CFOs, CAOs, and Superintendents.

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9 Special Education Administrative Technology Challenges & Finding a Solution
May, 2017

9 Special Education Administrative Technology Challenges & Finding a Solution

Five school districts discuss what challenges they had with previous special education technology systems and how switching to a new, modern and more robust solution helped better serve stakeholders.

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April, 2017

How to Find the Best Enterprise Resource Planning System for Your K-12 District

Here’s how to choose an ERP system that will make your district more efficient and effective for many years to come. Download this ebook and get insights and tips purchasing an ERP system.

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