Whitepapers

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Enhanced Learning in the New Digital Classroom

Since the start of the pandemic, educators have learned a great deal about how to deliver instruction in a hybrid learning environment. Now, as most schools have returned to in-person instruction, they are looking for ways to leverage digital solutions to further enhance the teaching and learning experience.


Complete Building Care: The full range of what schools and campuses need

Download our welcome guide to Complete Building Care to learn firsthand all the ways that ABM can streamline and strengthen your school and district operations with integrated facility solutions.


3 Key Barriers to Student Success

The skills that students need for post-school success are evolving. Sure, they still need to learn traditional skills and literacies. But they also need to develop 21st century competencies such as communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking. To be successful in today’s economy, students must become self-directed, lifelong learners.


Building a Reliable WiFi Network to Support K-12 Digital Learning

K-12 technology leaders are expecting a post-pandemic surge in the number of devices connecting to school networks as students return to campus. Fortunately, new WiFi technologies have emerged that can improve the throughput speeds for each user.


5 Compelling Reasons to Launch a K-12 Esports Program

Esports, or competitive video gaming, is experiencing phenomenal growth worldwide. In 2020, the global esports market was valued at just under $1 billion ($974 million), up from $776 two years earlier — and total esports revenues are expected to reach nearly $1.6 billion by 2023.


Creating a Winning K-12 Esports Infrastructure

Esports, or competitive video gaming, is exploding in popularity — and this phenomenon is reaching many K-12 schools. In fact, the number of schools taking part in the High School Esports League (HSEL) grew from around 200 in fall 2017 to more than 3,000 in January 2019 — a 1,400 percent increase. As of January 2021, HSEL was up to 3,100 schools.


Key Takeaways from the Massive Shift to K-12 Online Learning

Now that the rush to stand up remote learning so teachers could connect with students, collect assignments and give valuable feedback has passed, it’s time for K-12 leaders to assess how well remote learning is proceeding in their districts and use the lessons they’ve learned from this experience to plan for the future.