The VHS Blog

As more teachers and students use technology inside and outside of the classroom, it’s important to know how to protect your devices and keep your information safe. Identity theft, as well as hardware theft, is on the rise; but you can take steps to safeguard your resources and try to avoid becoming the next victim.

As digital learning opportunities for students increase, so do schools’ desire to keep up with technology. Since starting my career in the online space more than 20 years ago, I’ve witnessed a surge in schools and administrations seeking alternatives for digitizing content traditionally offered in a face-to-face environment in order to augment student engagement.

One of the biggest challenges I hear from schools and coaches is that their athletes fail to qualify to play NCAA sports. Not because their tests scores are low, but because they lack the appropriate course work. It’s a frustrating fact that is unfortunately discovered too late for many who want to pursue athletics at the higher-ed level.