Ten weeks of work by the nonprofit program were presented and demonstrated on Monday to Kalispell Police Chief Jordan Venezio and a room full of members and their families.
In the four months since Orange County Public Schools in Florida banned students from using cellphones at school, teachers and staff have seen positive changes. Some students are irked they can't use phones at lunch.
A recent cyber attack in Southern California prompted officials to advise students and staff to not use their district-issued devices while IT crews worked to resolve the ransomware affecting their systems.
A panel of educators on Thursday said professional development and putting technology at the center of instructional design are two important aspects of building successful online learning programs.
With the retirement of some longtime pillars of the gov tech community this year and a host of fresh faces stepping into leadership, state IT offices are seeing more diversity in background and experience.
Thirteen school districts near the Mexico border will use U.S. Department of Education GEAR UP grants to buy ClassVR headsets from Avantis Systems, which come with access to a library of educational media.
Plus, a new survey has found that more than 80 percent of respondents have high-speed Internet through fiber; the Pittsburgh Digital Equity Coalition has released a new strategic plan; and more.
Orleans Parish has become an early adopter of a new Carbyne 911 translation platform, reflecting a larger trend in public safety. What lessons have been learned so far, and what might happen next?
Pilot projects have become a fixture of the smart city evolution. City technology leaders offered some of their own personal insights into avoiding catastrophe at the recent Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo.
The county has secured $15 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act money to expand broadband infrastructure and improve Internet access for county residents. The county was selected from a pool of more than 113 applications.
Having ended its agreement for home Internet access through the Verizon Innovative Learning Program, Houston Independent School District will pay for individual hotspots that cost $15 per student per month.
California will require all newly purchased or leased school buses to be zero-emission starting in 2035, but some rural districts say electric buses can't drive far enough on one charge to replace diesel buses.
For the second time in as many months, Dallas County officials have disclosed they’ve been tricked by cyber criminals, only this time their mistake appears to have been far more costly.
After many years of predictions about the rise of telehealth, the vast changes in health care brought about by the pandemic are giving it momentum like never before in this current moment.
Some rural school districts in the vast and varied state say that the current infrastructure will not provide electric vehicles with the range they need to effectively get all students to schools.
Adopting a patch released in October — and removing any threat actors that may already be exploiting unpatched instances of the software — is important to defending against new actors known to exploit this flaw.
As cities update timeless technology like streetlights, they are laying the groundwork for smart city connectivity and data gathering. Artificial intelligence will help sift through the mounds of data these projects create.