09/01/2005


Features

Building a Virtual High School...click by click


Dissecting a Network-Based Education System


Promoting Synchronous Interaction in an eLearning Environment


Product Focus

Color Printing on a Cart


Achievement and Performance Series


H3 Laptop Cart


Electronic Classroom Desks


Plato eduTest Assessment


Future Access Desks


Pearson Benchmark


Pinnacle Enterprise


SmartMount


RPA Custom Projector Mount


NetOp School v4.0


CompassLearning Explorer


College LiveText edu Solutions


Multi-Monitor Mount


SmartTRAX


GradeQuick 10


Mobile Presentation Lectern


Wharton Lectern


TechLiteracy Assessment


Questionmark Perception v4


InterWrite PRS Software 3.2


Web Site Provides Discounts on Classroom Furniture


Train Computer Classroom Stations


Applications

Conquering NCLB with Technology


Big Dreams, Small Budget


Interactive Learning Environment Keeps Modesto Students Engaged


Flexible Network Infrastructure Helps Meet District’s Changing Needs


Conference Previews

T+L2 Conference


CCUMC Conference


Editorial

Old Trends, New Twist


Educator's Evaluation

Hoover Elementary Turns to LeapFrog SchoolHouse


LearnStar Empowers Texas Tech Students


Industry Perspective

eLearning that Goes Beyond Text and Graphics


Test Bias or Real Differences?


News/In Brief

Cisco Creates Web Portal for Students to Explore IT


Microsoft Releases Four New Academic Products


Interactive Books to Help Districts Reduce Injury-Related Costs


Indiana Science Teacher Wins Computer System from T.H.E.


SIIA Issues Call for Codie Nominations


DoE’s Patrick Named President, CEO of NACOL


Ed Tech Awards & Contests


Calgary BoE Selects Desire2Learn to Replace LMS


AOL@School Collaboration Launches Virtual Hate-Crime Program


Polycom Enhances Grant Assistance Program


SafetyNet

Blue Security Builds ‘Do Not Intrude Registry’


The Cornerstone of Hard Drive Protection


K12 Alerts Let Schools Send Real-Time Emergency Messages


8e6 Helps Locate Student Responsible for Teacher Death Threat


Behavior-Based PC Protection Bolsters Net Security Solution


Panda Launches Online Child Safety Campaign


Career Guide Reveals Opportunities in Information Security


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White Papers:

  • Implementing Wireless Infrastructure for Common Core Testing in Schools PDF screen shot

    States have begun to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), a set of rigorous, common standards for K-12 education that provide clarity and consistency around student learning expectations across the country. IT infrastructure within the schools have a significant impact on how these Common Core standards are taught and how the assessments are conducted. “Nearly 78% of schools nationwide have yet to complete plans to support Common Core assessments for the next academic year.” As you gear up to support the testing, make absolute sure your wireless infrastructure is up to the task. Download this Common Core whitepaper to find out more and keep in mind that Xirrus offers a solution => just one (1) Xirrus Array can service a computer lab or multiple classrooms of students testing at one time. And less equipment reduces costs. Our Common Core test kit is portable, easy to set up, and simple to use. Email us at info@xirrus.com. Read more...