Foundations, Microsoft, and teacher pet peeves: The week's most read education news
This week, Education Dive took a look at the top 10 U.S. education foundations, as determined by a recent study from Dewey & Associates, asked teachers what their biggest administrative pet peeves are, and wrapped up our coverage of the Educause conference with a roundup of some of the tech developments we saw on the show floor. Additionally, Microsoft made headlines with the announcement of a new LMS app, OneNote Class Notebook Creator, which is part of its Office 365 suite.
Be sure to check out our Educause tech round-up, our CIO panel recaps, and more in this week's most-read Education Dive posts.
- These are the top 10 U.S. education foundations: K-12 education foundations play a large but often unrecognized role in enhancing the quality of what a public school district has to offer.
- 4 reasons CIO is the best job on campus [Educause 2014]: Five CIOs set out during a panel conversation to counter the conversation about how tough being CIO is while encouraging the next generation to step into the role.
- 11 ed tech developments from Educause: Seeing everything on display at a show this size is difficult, if not seemingly impossible, so here are a few things you might have missed.
- Microsoft announces LMS app for Office 365: Google isn't the only tech giant expanding into the learning management system market.
- Teachers share 8 administrative pet peeves: As with other industries, teachers also don't tend to quit jobs so much as they quit bosses.
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