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Dare County Schools Secures Student Success Today and into the Future with High-Speed Connectivity

Recently, the use of video streaming, virtual learning and online instruction has increased greatly, as digital learning became more widely adopted in the classroom. This has caused many school districts to adapt at a faster pace than some are prepared for.

Cyber Help (and Hope) for K12 Targets

Cyber incidents result in school closures, student and educator data breaches, and the theft of millions of dollars, but the current lack of public reporting requirements nationwide actually results in frequent underestimates of the challenges facing school districts. Many systems lack the personnel and expertise to defend against ever-evolving cybersecurity threats.

Improving The Education Experience

Since in-person learning has returned, students have continued to expect secure, remote access to documents and processes from wherever they are. In response, schools and colleges need permanent, well thought-out solutions that support and enable remote and hybrid workflows.

Addressing EdTech Challenges with Evidence: Your District's Playbook

Building an effective edtech ecosystem relies on evidence. District administrators have a lot of information at their fingertips — but if it cannot be shared with and applied by those who need it, when they need it, then it loses its potential.

EdTech Evaluation in Practice: More Evidence, Better Decisions, Improved Student Outcomes

Edtech solutions can have significant impact on student outcomes–but understanding whether the tools your district is investing in are producing academic returns can be a challenge. How can district leaders get answers to tough questions about where edtech budget dollars are going and which tools are truly moving the needle for students?

EdTech Evidence: 2023 Mid-Year Report

There are thousands of edtech solutions and with so many tools in the market, it is challenging to know which are safe, which “play nice” with other systems, which are compliant with regulations and policies, which are eligible to be purchased using federal funds, and which will have the most impact for which students in which context.

Your District’s Guide to Building an Effective EdTech Ecosystem

Building an equitable, efficient and effective technology ecosystem requires intention and precision. The reality is that this work is accelerating and occurring in many school districts with limited technical personnel to manage the systems, processes and procedures that allow for smooth adoption, implementation and sustainability.

Rapid-cycle Evaluation: An Efficient, Cost-effective Path to Understanding EdTech Value

Each year, U.S. schools and districts spend billions of dollars on edtech product licenses, but they lack the tools and resources necessary to enable educators and administrators to conduct practical evaluations of edtech effectiveness in a timely manner.