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Nelson County Schools was struggling with outdated computers across all of its campuses.
Texas’ Burkburnett Independent School District today announced it is expanding access to Discovery Education’s digital content for all students in the coming school year.
Meru Networks® today announced that Miami-Dade County Public Schools has expanded its Meru Education-Grade (MEG™) Wi-Fi solution and rolled out Meru Identity Manager to automate student access as part of their 1:1 mobile device program.
Listen Technologies Corporation, designer, manufacturer and distributor of assistive listening products, recently saw the implementation of its ListenPoint 2.0 soundfield solutions at Channing Hall, a Draper, Utah K-8 charter school operating under the guidelines of the International Baccalaureate.
East Allen County Schools in Fort Wayne, Indiana had the daunting task of distributing more than 8000 iPads to its students in a five-day period.
Copia Interactive, creators of digital learning platform Copia, is partnering with Utah’s State Office of Education to digitally deliver a statewide Open Educational Resources (OER) program focused on state-created science content.
HP today announced the distribution of new HP computing products to Baltimore County Public Schools teachers, administrators and lighthouse schools for the advancement of the school system’s digital learning program, Students and Teachers Accessing Tomorrow.
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When Nike’s #RiskEverything global soccer campaign reached London between May 26-31, 2014, the shoe and apparel company’s campaign managers weren’t expecting anything different than previous tour stops.
Newton County School System, Georgia, and SAFARI Montage were awarded the 2014 Learning Impact Gold Award at the annual IMS Global Learning Impact Leadership Institute.
HP today announced a two-year contract award for five out of six categories in the New York State (NYS) Aggregate PC Initiative.
Hopkins Public Schools has been using the geovisual analytics software platform from GuideK12 to track enrollment patterns.
Curriculum Associates’ BRIGANCE® Screens III has been approved by the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services as part of its early intervention services to meet Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
The first State-wide agreement of its kind for SMART and Teq, it enables more than 450 school districts, encompassing over 4,000 schools in New York State to purchase the full suite of SMART software from Teq at a preferred, pre-negotiated rate.
The Alliance for Excellent Education announced today that Tom Murray, former director of technology and cyber education for Quakertown Community School District in Pennsylvania, has joined the Alliance as its state and district digital learning policy and advocacy director