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Tech & content team up in K12

Michael Gagne
February, 2017
ELITEBOOK AT WORK—A  young student gets comfortable at Church Lane Elementary School as he diligently works on his HP laptop, an element of the digital curriculum program in Baltimore’s K12 schools.

Andrew Smith, chief strategy officer in North Carolina’s Rowan-Salisbury School System, is leading a digital-first initiative that three years ago aimed to give an iPad or a MacBook Air to all students—and their teachers—from grades 3 through 12. Rowan-Salisbury became 1-to-1 by the 2014-15 school year.

Using Mobile Devices To Rethink Homework

January, 2017

While administrators can face a variety of challenges when it comes to mobile device deployments and BYOD environments, using mobile technologies effectively can provide new opportunities for learning, including rethinking the age-old institution of homework.

New E-Rate savings bring speedy internet to more students

Mackenzie Ryan
September, 2016
The Lafayette Parish School System was granted E-Rate funds to fully upgrade the district and to provide 1-to-1 devices to students by 2020.

E-Rate funds kept at least one district connected to the internet through testing—and opened the door for a 1-to-1 initiative rolling out this fall.

Rise of the digital classroom

Alison DeNisco
May, 2016
Half of school districts nationwide believe they’ve completed their 1-to-1 initiatives and the infrastructure required. (Click to enlarge)

The digital classroom is no longer a new concept—half of school districts nationwide believe they’ve completed their 1-to-1 initiatives and the infrastructure required, according to the annual Digital School Districts Survey from the Center for Digital Education, published in March.

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