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One K–12 district shares how more bandwidth and faster internet enabled students to experience augmented and virtual reality and competitive esports.
Schools can reduce vulnerability by shoring up end-user training, investing in assessments and making a plan, panelists say.
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Director of Technology Marc Anderson helped optimize and future-proof the tech infrastructure at The Lincoln Academy and maintains the charter school’s technology from a single-pane network management system.
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