December 20, 2014

Systems Integration

Four Essential Mandates for 21st Century Districts
This past fall, some of the nation’s top school CIOs and administrators gathered in Trenton, New Jersey for the inaugural SchoolCIO Leadership Summit.

NC charter schools get broadband
13 North Carolina charter schools are now receiving high-speed connectivity and services on the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN).

Data goes global: Report from IMS Global Learning Consortium
See video highlights from managing editor Christine Weiser's interviews of education leaders who discuss their thoughts on the National Educational Technology Plan, Common Core Standards, Web 3.0, the need for open systems, and much more.

Illinois districts get low-cost cloud services
IlliniCloud, a non profit cloud computing organization, has deployed F5 solutions to help deliver cost-effective cloud services for public and private schools in Illinois.

Magnet school updates sound system
The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) in Durham called upon North State Sound to design and install a new state-of-the-art sound system.

Data-tracking software promotes fiscal responsibility
A web-based system for employee guidance solutions made its official debut at this month’s National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) annual conference in Alexandria, Va.

Texas, Virginia award statewide IT contracts
Texas and Virginia have recently awarded statewide contracts to the same provider of  IT solutions.

Wireless LAN handles heavy NC traffic
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.

Indiana district integrates new DLE
Vigo County School Corporation, the K-12 school district that primarily serves Terre Haute, Ind., has adopted a new digital learning environment.

Florida to implement statewide data system for early learning
The State of Florida’s Agency for Workforce Innovation has awarded a $20 million contract to develop, design, implement and maintain the Early Learning Information System (ELIS) for the enhancement of the state’s early learning programs.

Texas curriculum partnership integrates new digital content
The Texas Education Service Center Curriculum Collaborative (TESCCC) is a collaborative partnership among 19 education service centers that serve K-12 districts/school systems in Texas.

Large Texas district looks to wireless for bandwidth, speed
The second largest school district in the San Antonio area, North East Independent School District (NEISD) has more than 70 schools and magnet programs, with an expected fall 2010 enrollment of 66,000 students

Texas district honored for data integration
Pasadena Independent School District (ISD) has received a 2010 Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) Excellence Award

First grade teacher brings world into classroom
When first grade teacher Valerie Gresser of Superstition Springs Elementary School saw an opportunity to realize her vision for a 21st century learning environment, she wasted no time.

New backup system restores data and confidence in North Carolina
In 2007,  Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools had more than 50,000 students enrolled in their system


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