Case Study: Delivering Individualized Learning Within a Limited Budget

Wilmington Area School District is making a major technology transition. The district is ahead of the curve with regard to the recently passed Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), creatively leveraging limited resources to help students truly grow individually as opposed to just performing well on standardized tests.

Wilmington Area Case Study

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Big Spring School District Partners with Questeq

The Big Spring School District has embarked on an initiative to improve and expand technology support with the unanimous backing of its Board as it agrees to partner with Questeq Inc. for educational technology management services. Questeq will assume the management and staffing of the technology department beginning April 1st, 2016. Big Spring School District serves students in Cumberland County which is located in south central Pennsylvania. The district spans a large geographic area of 198 square miles with an enrollment of approximately 2,700 students in grades K-12.

The five year plan begins with right-sizing the technology department staff, enhancements to technical competencies, improvements in administrative and instructional application management, data integration, support and classroom innovation. Questeq currently manages technology in about 30 PA school districts, and plans to provide a high level of support and efficiency while leveraging its education technology management experience to move Big Spring forward.

Case Study: District Successfully Engaging Students in 1:1 Program

Central Valley School District is within its projected budget, successfully engaging over 2,500 students and educators in a 1:1 program with integrated district-created digital textbook-less curriculum.

Central Valley Case Study

Learn how Central Valley educators are delivering a completely new media-rich curriculum that they were afforded time to create.

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Greencastle-Antrim to Implement 1:1 Technology Program

Greencastle-Antrim School District was recently featured in the Pubic Opinion for its newest technology initiative. As GASD’s technology management partner, we are excited to help implement and support this program within the district.

Here is an excerpt from the article:

Beginning next school year, high school students at Greencastle-Antrim will have access to new technological devices in the classroom.

The Greencastle-Antrim School District will be implementing its own one-to-one technology program, dubbed Equal Technology Opportunities, starting with the 2016-2017 school year for high school students.

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Questeq Featured on TechVibe Radio

Recently we joined in a partnership with the Pittsburgh Technology Council. As part of that partnership, Questeq was asked to participate in a radio show with Pittsburgh TechVibe Radio. We had a fantastic time speaking with the hosts Audrey Russo and Jonathan Kersting. It was a great experience and everyone seemed very interested in the work that Questeq is doing in K-12 education.

Listen to the Episode