How States Can Leverage Purchasing Power to Support 1:1 Learning

One of the core principals of our education system is that decision-making authority, especially related to how funds should be spent, should be placed as close to the students as possible. That can often mean that many purchasing decisions are shifted from the school district to the individual school level. As a result, state departments […]


At Home Without Devices: How a Lack of Technology is Impeding Student Learning During COVID-19

Rapidly shifting to remote learning has been difficult for everyone, but harder for some. As schools moved classrooms online, it became clear that those with existing 1:1 programs had smoother transitions.  The digital divide has school forced schools to ask two very different questions: “how will we?” versus “will we be able to?” “How will […]