Together with ETM partner, Questeq, Wilmington Area School District is making a major technology transition.
Central Valley is within its projected budget, successfully engaging in a 1:1 program with custom digital curriculum.
With a goal of improving student engagement, Avonworth desired to move to a more systemic use of technology.
Shortly after beginning a technology realignment, Karns City is beginning to accomplish the future plan for the district.
Northeastern designed a plan to improve engagement, graduation rates & prep for higher education.
Philipsburg Osceola needed to right-size its technology department to deliver a better digital support experience.
Fannett Metal School District is working to improve student achievement by marrying online assessments with new instructional practices.
Lessons learned from improved data management and reporting as part of educational technology management outsourcing in multiple PA districts.
At North Hills School District district-built "bookless" curricula transformed both online academy and on-site teaching and learning.
At South Side Area School District a large data collection led to district-wide buy-in of the right devices, services and applications.