sexting scandals: a time to educate students on digital dangers
Recently, sexting scandals in schools have been prevalent in the news. In Colorado, at least 100 students at a high school traded naked pictures of themselves as part of a large sexting ring, authorities said. The act of sharing of these photos was possible due to cell phone applications called “vault apps” that hide photographs
Impero Education Pro, SMART partner on classroom management
Impero and SMART Technologies Inc. recently announced that Impero has been selected as the vendor of choice for SMART Sync™ customers wishing to move to the next generation of classroom management solutions.
hard truth to swallow
Jon Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, explains why tablet computers could be harming kids’ employment prospects The tablet computer has revolutionized personal computing and the way in which we consume media in our leisure time. Its impact is also being felt in the workplace, as adoption of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies and flexible working schemes increases,
debt and equity package sees Impero close MBO
An investment firm has chosen to invest in Impero to help accelerate our expansion into the US market. The support from Connection Capital has helped our original founder to become the majority shareholder of Impero and will serve to propel us into the US market.
techie raises $16m to fight cyber bullying in classroom
Investment firm Connection Capital recently gave financial backing to Impero in support of our ambitious plans for growth and expansion into the US market.
technology - an A-Z of slang to combat bullying
If a student types “gnoc” into their computer, should you be worried? If they tap out “dirl”, should they be disciplined? Should the use of skincare product Bio-Oil concern you? Teachers who are unsure of the answers might want...