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Jan 12
Computer Science eTip

Are you overwhelmed by the thought of teaching your students computer science? In the world they are living in, students must be prepared for jobs that don’t even exist yet! While some students might not ever become computer programmers or coders, the problem-solving skills that come along with learning about computer science and programming are applicable in any field. This month’s eTip is going to focus on ways to get your students excited about computer science, and some simple ideas you can use to get started in your class!

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Nov 1
E-Rate 2023

E-rate, or the Universal Service Schools and Libraries Program, originated from the 1996 Telecom Act. Basically, the goal of the Act was for all Americans to have access to communication services. As a result, telecommunication companies pay a fee based on their revenue to the Universal Service Fund (USF) [created by the FCC and governed by the Universal Service Administration Company (USAC)]. This money is distributed to schools and libraries in part as a discount to the cost of Internet service.

Click "Download" below to find out all about E-rate for 2023 in the latest S3 eTip volume.

Oct 11
Schoolytics eTip

Do you LOVE Google Classroom, but wish you had an easier way to manage all your different classrooms and data in one place? Check out this month’s eTip on Schoolytics to learn more!

Aug 30
Student Data Privacy eTip

Keeping student data private and secure is an important factor when considering what technology to use in the classroom. Going forward, S3 Technologies will only be recommending resources that have signed the National Data Privacy Agreement. For more information on what the NDPC is and how we're utilizing it in our technology recommendations, download and read this month's eTip on Student Data Privacy!




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