Today's K-12 schools are challenged with enhancing student and staff development. Common core standards are driving school districts to invest in new technologies to bring mobile learning, online content and professional digital development to the classroom. Having a strong network infrastructure to successfully support these initiatives is essential. And ensuring it functions in a secure manner is critical.
Digital learning can open up a world of possibilities. From tablets and smartphones to interactive learning tools, it’s all transforming the teacher-student model into a new learning environment where everyone’s engaged and excited to learn.
So, how do you get started? Our solutions experts will work with your school district and IT group to build end-to-end solutions.
We design, deliver and support educational solutions through our:
In today's world, technology is an essential tool. It offers teachers new ways to enrich their students' learning experiences. It offers students the ability to connect to learning opportunities anywhere, anytime.
Technology empowers teachers like never before to support their personal mission of providing the best possible education to their students.US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
K-12 Key Objectives
Given the challenges schools face to provide a higher level of learning, implementing the right mix of technologies that foster growth is required. We work closely with school administrators and IT planners to achieve technology driven strategies to improve student achievement and establish universal access to high performance tools in the support of quality instruction by:
Keeping school employees connected - administrators, security, teachers and custodians are on the move. We can give these users the tools they need to stay connected.
Improving the readiness and service levels of existing wireless infrastructures by increasing broadband capacity capacity to keep up with the increasing amount of tablet and iPad usage.
"One-to-one computing" to provide an environment where classrooms are equipped with a dedicated wireless Access Point.
Deploying a Mobile Device Management program which monitors, manages and supports mobile devices and enables students to reach only authorized Internet sites.
Compliance with FCC regulations, including the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA). This protects student access when they take a tablet or iPad off of school property, which includes a security offering supplying filters and firewalls necessary to maintain CIPA compliance.
Integrating the use of technology tools and digital content to engage students in daily instruction by introducing mobile life size video conferencing and interactive white boards to promote distant learning and access to worldwide resources.
Ensuring that staff is capable of effectively using technology tools and digital content by providing guidance and training.