Scan to Enter
Some K–12 leaders are adding infrared sensors to their list of tools for safely reopening school buildings.
Big Images for Small Rooms
Brightness, ease of use and image quality combine in a short-throw projector.
At Home and Secure
When all teachers and staff are remote, K–12 IT teams can maintain security by focusing on end users.
Training Over Triage
Better professional development will help teachers integrate technology into instruction and improve remote learning.
Prepared to Pivot
Early adoption of cloud-based solutions and tech equipment for students and teachers helped this school transition smoothly to remote learning.
How to Start a Data Initiative
Although schools realize the importance of data in providing quality education, many still struggle to use it strategically.
Data-driven insights help districts elevate conversations, optimize ROI and improve outcomes.
Prepped for Takeoff
School districts’ proactive investments in their IT networks means their networks can handle the bandwidth demands of remote learning.
Hands-On, at a Distance
With tech and creativity, K–12 educators are adapting classes such as auto mechanics and science labs to virtual learning environments.
Paving the Way
K–12 leaders invest in technology and form partnerships to ensure students in rural areas have Wi-Fi access and devices needed for remote learning.
Printing to Protect
K–12 students and educators are using makerspaces to serve the greater good — producing protective gear, prosthetics and more.
K–12 educators and experts are using social media channels to share advice, tutorials and examples of ingenuity.
Do Your Part
As school districts push more operations online and accommodate more network users, administrators should also beef up efforts to protect it all.
Success Starts at the Top
There isn’t a single solution. But providing equitable access to devices, Wi-Fi and quality professional development is key.