What makes a difference in deciding on what technologies to use and how and when to use them is evidence that they work. Case studies that demonstrate effective use of technology and show results provide information about what could work for us.
Read an overview about demonstrating effectiveness. Read the case studies below:
Mississippi’s Clinton Public Schools enables district-wide wireless.
Quakertown Community School District (QCSD) reinvented itself with a 1:1 initiative, a cyberschool and more.
The River Dell Regional School District shows that the right focus in 1:1 technology delivers increased learning.
In the Chandler Unified School District, HP Notebook PCs support the school district’s “culture of success.”
In the Fairfield Public School District, increased access to HP mobile technology led to increased student engagement.
Auburn City Schools created a 21st Century Learning Initiative that prepares students for global success.
The Derry Township School District launched a1:1 program to achieve advanced reading status and transform teaching and learning.
The Kent School District, a diverse district in Washington State, provides equal access to equalize opportunity.
HP Workstations power career education.
I explore an extension of the typical defintion and problem of the digital divide.
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