Virtual Bridges, Inc
In these tough economic times, school
districts are seeking innovative ways to lower their total cost of
ownership for technology, while expanding access to these technologies
to a broader range of students.
Nestled within a diverse set
of suburban and rural communities in North Carolina, Pender County
Schools seven elementary schools, five middle schools, three high
schools, and an early college high school educate more than 8,400
students every year.
This rapidly growing district has over
2,000 employees and 25,000 students operating on over 5,000 workstations
in an all-Windows environment.
Located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Council Rock School District serves more than 12,300 students in its ten elementary schools, three middle schools, two high schools, and an alternative high school
Faced with steep energy
costs and shrinking school budgets, cash-strapped IT directors are
discovering that going green is not just good for the environment; it’s
good for the wallet.
As part of an ongoing
campaign to reduce energy consumption and environmental impact, Moriarty-Edgewood School District
has launched an energy awareness Web site designed to help students,
parents and faculty reduce energy costs and improve the environment
across the community.
When it comes to assessment solutions, it doesn’t have to be an either or decision
All school districts, whether serving fewer than 900 students or more than 40,000, must keep track of inventory
When teachers receive high quality professional instruction, does it directly affect their students’ learning and test scores? That’s the question many schools want to answer - before they invest scarce resources in professional development programs.
At CPS, preserving access
to education-related content and applications has always been a
“In K-12, IT staffing can be a huge
issue for us because each tech is responsible for supporting around 650
Based in Indianapolis, Ind
many K-12 districts, Perkins Local Schools in Sandusky, Ohio, contended with an
outdated and inefficient infrastructure
The great American conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein once said that technique is communication; to conductors the two words are synonymous