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Amid COVID-19, video conferencing is an integral component of remote learning for students at all levels, but so far it’s only been a marginal success. What tools can educators use to improve at-home learning?

The school district in Ector County, Texas, recently became the first school district in the nation to partner with SpaceX to provide broadband service to families with poor or no Internet access.

Local school districts along with state leaders are working to improve the state's digital divide. Back in March, there were more than 125,000 students who were not logging on, but that number has dwindled to a little more than 5,000. Yet, school and lawmakers believe more works needs to be done.

A telehealth platform that enables providers to remotely monitor diabetic foot ulcers of patients at home helped eliminate major amputations and halve hospital admissions, according to a recent study by Kaiser Permanente.

What, exactly, is 5G wireless — and will you even notice when it comes online?

Across the U.S., the pandemic has forced students to attend virtual school to prevent spread of the coronavirus. But the more we rely on technology, the bigger the consequences when gadgets or internet service let us down. Here are answers to some common questions from parents now forced to manage their kids’ virtual educations.

Tips to help security professionals communicate better during Cyber Security Awareness Month and beyond.

High school and college students across the country are creating tools to help narrow the educational gap between students who can afford to hire private tutors and those who can't and are quickly falling behind.

The company’s platform approach is helping school and IT leaders address the many complexities inherent in supporting at-home education.

While the devices are touted as investigative tools — helping to locate stolen cars, missing persons and the like — privacy and civil rights advocates say the technology also raises concerns around misuse and surveillance.


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