Measuring some kind of pandemic progress


The COVID-19 pandemic is still very present and continues to affect millions of teachers and students who are grappling with the challenges of hybrid, virtual and full in-person learning scenarios. But if you take a step back and look on the bright side, you’ll find that teachers and students have become incredibly adept at using new technological tools – and it looks like those tools and techniques will stick around.

This latest installment of Innovations in Education features a smorgasboard of interesting content, including a conversation about what edtech industry events will look like in 2022, as well as a discussion with a district IT manager who has worked to protect his district from a ransomware attack last year.

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