A new report breaks down K–12 digital equity based on location, household income and race/ethnicity.
Laser Projector That Delivers
Elevate your lessons with this versatile, easy-to-use 4K laser projector.
School districts can prioritize strong authentication protocols with built-in tools in Azure Active Directory.
Tune Up Your Passwords
Small adjustments can make a big difference in protecting your data and devices from threat actors.
Help Students Learn Anywhere
The right mix of power, portability and battery life makes the Surface Laptop Go a strategic scholastic choice.
The Unsung Hero
Infrastructure as a Service provides the backbone needed for K–12 institutions to respond and innovate in the new normal.
School districts across the country have developed innovative ways to deliver interactive STEM instruction in a remote learning environment.
Faced with the constraints of delivering instruction from home and in virtual environments, educators have found unique and compelling ways to keep students engaged.
A Holistic Plan
Long before the pandemic forced them to, the public-school district of the nation’s capital planned and prepared for a bold technology vision for its students.
Through data-driven cost-benefit analyses, more districts find time is better spent helping educators and students thrive with technology, not unpacking and setting up devices.
Schools invest in technology to enable hybrid instruction with an eye toward the post-pandemic future.
Diverse and Dispersed
The Fairfax County Public Schools CIO has experience working in dense, urban school systems, but now faces the challenge of serving a diverse, dispersed and evolving suburban district.
As schools mark a full-year since the pandemic hit, lessons learned have pushed districts to embrace change in ways big and small.
Tech, People and Conversation
A school district had long strived for better, consistent and sustained communications with the community it serves. Oddly enough, the pandemic helped make that finally happen.