By Megan Finnegan-Ratliff

During the COVID-19 pandemic, schools with 1:1 technology environments may not be operating normally, but they certainly are a step ahead of schools that require students to share tablets and computers. That’s because 1:1 schools allow students to take devices home, whe...

By Paula Currie

When schools and districts decide to sell back their aging edtech devices, they often issue Requests for Proposals (or RFPs) or Requests for Quotes (RFQ) to find the best buyback partner.

Is this step necessary? Can an RFP backfire?

While some school distric...

By Paula Currie

By now everyone has heard about the Coronavirus (or COVID-19), a fast-spreading virus that has quickly fanned out from Asia to Europe and now to North America. Healthcare professionals have instructed people to take common-sense measures to avoid getting sick, including w...

By Matt Hannegan

I was visiting a large school in Southern California recently to discuss their upcoming Apple refresh. The IT director pointed out a few hundred devices in their tech closet that were destined for the recycling center. These devices were a combination of decommissioned iM...