November 23, 2014
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Mobile/Wireless

Teach for America educators gain 4G support
Sprint today announced that it is providing Sprint 4G service and 4G-enabled notebooks from Dell to classrooms across the country.

Western district closes gaps with wireless solution
With 13 sites up to 12 miles apart, wireless mobility in a cost-effective solution was a necessity for Madison School District in Rexburg, Idaho.

Small district makes big wireless change
Amherst School District in New Hampshire made the decision to upgrade its ad hoc wireless network after complaints from users about frequent dead spots, as well as concerns from school board members about security issues.

Mobile devices ease task of evaluating teachers, districts
Five years ago, school administrators using smartphones or PDA s to check the status of hallway loiterers or read email under the table during dull staff meetings were the height of cool.

Isle of Wight County Schools deploy a controller-less WLAN
The Isle of Wight County Schools in Virginia has implemented an Aerohive controller less WLAN solution throughout its nine K 12 school campuses

Virginia district goes wireless
Virginia students take nearly two million Standards of Learning (SOL) tests online annually, and by 2013, online will be the primary delivery mode for all SOL assessments.

Digital radio keeps large, hilly district in touch
Nestled in the heart of the Ozarks of Missouri, the Dallas County R I School District offers a wide array of educational opportunities to nearly 1,800 students attending its five K 12 schools.

Mass alerts aim to curb California epidemic
With pertussis reaching an epidemic level in California, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is using every tool at its disposal to help inform students, parents and residents about the potentially deadly disease.

Mobile social studies curriculum piloted
The Commonwealth of Virginia has launched the nation’s first complete social studies curriculum for the iPad.

One-to-one at work in Texas initiative
As the 155 students in Matthew Norris’ six math classes begin the school year, each has use of a tablet computer with access to a multitude of programs and the internet.

Texas students boost TAKS scores using digital platform
Last fall, Grand Prairie Independent School District (ISD) took a pioneering step for K-12 education when it became the first district in the nation to launch a digital teaching platform.

Digital learning platform supports 1-to-1
As part of the district’s ongoing commitment to leverage instructional technology to improve students’ academic performance, Wayland Public Schools has adopted an individualized learning platform

California schools pilot new iPad algebra curriculum
California Secretary of Education Bonnie Reiss joined Long Beach Unified School District Superintendent Christopher Steinhauser and others recently at Washington Middle School in Long Beach to launch a year-long pilot of the first full-curriculum Algebra app for the Apple iPad.

Arizona district combines on-line with on-campus
For years, the Vail School District in Vail, Arizona has been known for innovative approaches to education

Kentucky's largest school adopts latest technology
The largest school in Kentucky opened its doors for the first time on August 3rd to an eager crowd of over 1,200 students and staff.

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