The Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds have been a vital resource in addressing K-12 school pandemic challenges. Relying solely on ESSER funding may not cover a school or school district's technological needs. The good news is there are currently several federal grants available which can be used to fund new classroom technology.
The Empowering Education with Microsoft Tools Webinar Series is designed to address the evolving landscape of K-12 education technology. In this interactive series, you'll explore the transformative power of EdTech, including Digital Inking, Windows 11 Accessibility Features, and Learning Accelerators within Microsoft 365 Education. What to Expect: Gain practical knowledge of Microsoft Windows 11-based tools
District technology leaders share their experiences and tips during this interactive discussion. Technology has become an integral part of students' lives, both in their personal lives and at school. However, there are numerous ways that it can adversely affect their well-being, from cyberbullying to harmful online content to private information being hacked and shared publicly.
The cyber insurance landscape is evolving rapidly, driven by a surge in claims, particularly within the education sector. Active adversaries specializing in ransomware attacks are increasingly targeting educational institutions. In fact, in the U.S., 56% of K-12 and 68% of Higher Ed experienced significant impacts from ransomware in the last year. Even though most institutions