Technology can help districts prepare for the common core

04/1/2013 | EdTech magazine

The deadline to implement the Common Core State Standards is approaching, and school districts nationwide are being advised to prepare, in part, by moving to the cloud, adopting mobile programs and investing in wireless Internet, writes Julie Smith of CDW-G, a technology provider for government and education. To prepare for the common core's online tests -- and according to a guide dedicated to the shift -- student access should remain a priority, Smith writes, highlighting two districts that are using technology to give students and teachers around-the-clock, mobile access to resources.

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