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Results: 1:1 initiatives (5 Stories)

Higher Ed Test Post

Content, GeorgiaPostsecondary

K12 and HigherEd at the same time? How can it be?

Topics: 1:1 initiatives, BYOD/BYOT, device rollout, infrastructure

Preparing Children for the Global Economy

Gurnee School District 56, IllinoisP-12

Gurnee, IL is a small suburban community nestled between Chicago and Milwaukee. Gurnee School District 56 serves three other communities in addition to Gurnee: Wadsworth, Waukegan, and Beach Park. The school district is made up of four schools: River Trail (K-8 Building), Prairie Trail (3-5 Intermed...

Topics: 1:1 initiatives, strategic planning

A Bold Vision for Instruction Should Ignite the Move to 1:1

Goochland County Public Schools, VirginiaP-12

Goochland County Public Schools is a small, rural public school division in Virginia with around 2,400 students across 5 schools.They are positioned along the James River midway between Charlottesville to the west and Richmond to the east. Over the past two years significant investments have been ma...

Topics: 1:1 initiatives, personalized learning

The Digital Conversion

Students sitting at a laptop

Mooresville Graded School District, North CarolinaP-12

The Mooresville Graded School District is located in the town of Mooresville approximately 30 miles north of Charlotte in the Southern Piedmont region of North Carolina. A district of approximately 6000 students, MGSD consists of three elementary schools, two intermediate schools, one middle school,...

Topics: 1:1 initiatives, accessibility

Power up and bring your own device

Forest Hills School District, OhioP-12

The Forest Hills School District is a comprehensive PK-12 school district located in the southeastern suburbs of Cincinnati. The district serves nearly 7,800 students living in the communities of Anderson Township and the Village of Newtown. The combined population of these two communities is about ...

Topics: 1:1 initiatives, BYOD/BYOT

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