At Prince George’s County Public Schools in Maryland — one of the largest school districts in the country — the CIO is working to shape the classroom of the future.
Many school districts are working to reduce paper in their classrooms, and this Canon scanner can help them over the final hurdles.
Schools can utilize the extensive capabilities of networked cameras without the cybersecurity risks.
Do Gamers Have Better Brains?
As esports continues to grow, a National Institutes of Health study examines the impact of video games on the brains of elementary school students.
Switch It Up
Here’s what K–12 schools need to know before advancing to Wi-Fi 6 for faster speeds, greater density and better security.
This Video over IP surveillance camera comes with onboard processing, saving time and reducing on-premises storage needs for K–12 schools.
Ban Risky Practices
Failure to regularly audit and configure network devices can expose districts to great risk.
With the funding cliff looming, look to the impact on students to measure ROI for ed tech purchases.
Funds for the Future
School districts that proactively plan to replace aging tech assets ensure they’ll always have the modern devices.
Digital Citizenship Guardrails
Technologies that detect plagiarism and filter websites can turn student lapses into learning opportunities.
Districts reap big benefits from modern hyperconverged infrastructure with simpler IT management to cost savings.
Cameras and access control technology aid well-trained teams in emergency response.
IT experts must provide a better understanding of how technology supports the K–12 mission, some say.
Excessive screen time is concerning, but when used for education, it can be beneficial.
Dial Zero for Security
As cyberattacks and ransomware threats against K–12 institutions rise, more IT leaders are learning about the zero-trust cybersecurity model.
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