Eric Weiss

Eric is the executive editor of District Administration magazine. He has worked as a journalist at newspapers and in television since 1993.

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Education leaders looking to explore their options among the rapidly growing education-tech marketplace — which has grown even more crowded  — often turn to...

Digital citizenship starts at home

What your district can do to support K-12 parents as partners in teaching appropriate digital behavior.

What the U.S. is doing right when it comes to STEM education

Despite criticism, the U.S. is still an engine of economic innovation because of its approach to STEM education.

Teachers may be leaving, but it’s not inevitable

Looking at campuses where teachers aren?t leaving in droves offers us strategies for circumventing a ?Great Resignation? within education.

The FETC Expo Hall is back in-person and bigger than ever

Among the many things to see and do, register for a chance to win one of three free trips to FETC 2023 in New Orleans.

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With over 15,000 expert tutors covering 300+ subjects, TutorMe provides 24/7 academic support to more than 1.5 million students wherever and wherever they need it most.

Top product: Kai’s Clan collaborative learning platform

A versatile kit that encourages cross-curricular and collaborative learning, both in-person and remotely.

Top product: Paper 24/7 tutoring

Paper partners with school districts to provide unlimited, 24/7 high-impact tutoring—at no cost to students.

Top product: CrowdStrike’s EPP Managed Detection and Response, Falcon Complete

CrowdStrike's Falcon Complete solution is built to protect schools from cyber attacks. It says there have been zero reported breaches across thousands of customers.

Top product: SchoolStatus Communication Platform featuring Video Chat

A SaaS platform that enables two-way, secure communication between school and home informed by comprehensive, real-time student and district data. 

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