Internet access a state education test

Online education needs three primary pieces of technology to work: the device at home, its connection to the internet and the computer program that delivers lessons and homework assignments from student to teacher and vice versa. Arkansas school districts report deficits in all three areas, despite spending more than $150 […]

Technology issues during remote learning

HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – Massachusetts teachers have had to rely on technology to educate students during the pandemic. More students have been learning from home than ever before this year, they say connecting to the software has been the biggest problem. They’re still only doing remote learning in cities like […]

The Best Walmart Big Save Event Prime Day Deals 2020

Walmart often matches Amazon’s Prime Day discounts—and vice versa—which means, come Prime Day, you may see some pretty competitive pricing between the two monolithic retailers. We’ve seen it ourselves first hand, in fact. A few years ago, Deputy Deals Editor Dan Kim watched the price of the Coway AP-1512HH Mighty […]

Best Chromebooks 2020: Pixelbook Go and more

Chrome OS has become increasingly capable since its launch back in 2011. The addition of offline features, access to the Google Play Store, and support for Linux apps are great indications of how far Google’s OS has come. Chromebooks have had a similar journey too, going from the ultra-affordable and […]

Mandate to cost local schools $2 million

Gypsum Creek Middle School is the pilot program for the school district’s Computers on Wheels program. The program is in eight local schools, and eventually will be in them all. The district bought 32 Goodle Chromebooks, along with mobile kiosks to move them around.Special to the Daily | EAGLE — […]

How Barnegat Schools Will Address COVID-19 Learning Loss

BARNEGAT, NJ – Medical experts regularly speak on the potential for long-term side effects from COVID-19. Many working people and business owners continue to experience economic instability. Meanwhile, no one can dispute the lingering harm the pandemic caused when it comes to students.  The Barnegat School District announced its plans […]

Peekskill Schools Open With ‘Can Do’ Attitude

PEEKSKILL, NY — Peekskill schools opened Thursday taking a ‘can do’ attitude toward the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. “While it might not have been the kick-off to the school year that we have had in previous years, today was certainly special in its own way,” said Superintendent Dr. David […]