IT Planning Pays Off
When it comes to integrating new technology, K–12 districts should start slow but plan fast, superintendent advises.
Kit Makes Coding a Snap
This resource-rich intro to coding makes STEM skills easy to teach in the K–12 classroom.
Address the Data Center Before Going 1:1
Before distributing personal devices to students, IT officials may want to first address their data centers.
Run Like Clockwork
The program allows schools to provision computers without the infrastructure needed for traditional management technologies.
Learning Made Modern
Vision One91 creates pathways for students to gain new skills and learn creatively with technology.
Let's Talk Integration
As K–12 schools adopt interoperable solutions, it is important for administrators and IT teams to ask the right questions.
Personalized learning and one-to-one programs make interoperability a must-have, expert says.
At Your Service
Professional development services and certifications help schools manage new hardware and train teachers to it.
Meeting of the Minds
Teams from multiple departments are able to pool finances and collaborate to implement innovative solutions.
The E-Rate Rebate
Federal money is available to build WANs and subscribe to broadband, K–12 schools only need to reach out and grab it.