Slow internet access means rural districts are behind the curve on classroom innovation.
For successful tech implementations to work, CAOs and CTOs need to collaborate.
As a school leader, adapting to a crisis is critical. The best way to adapt is to listen.
Districts are looking for help from local organizations to fill funding and resource gaps.
The nation’s school leaders are talking about the need for community engagement and customer service in K12 schools.
Eliminating jargon from your vocabulary will help you engage your school community.
Technology alone won’t help your schools succeed—not without a well-trained staff who deeply understands how that technology works.
Keeping kids safe in school is priority No. 1 for educators. Sadly, that responsibility is getting tougher.
To have good customer service requires feedback from your entire community.
NSPRA’s 25 Superintendents to Watch honors innovative leaders who collaborate with their communities.