Chesterfield County Public Schools Creates a 1:1 Learning Environment for Its 48,000 Students

11/17/2011 12:00:00 AM
Thursday February 28, 2013
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Chesterfield County Public Schools is an award winning school district in Virginia. They wanted a resilient wireless network that could cost-effectively scale across most of its campuses, creating an environment conducive to 1:1 computing for over 48,000 students. Adam Seldow, Executive Director of Technology from CCPS, will provide an overview of how Chesterfield County Public Schools implemented a wireless network that supports high density computing with the multimedia streaming demands of the 21st Century classroom.
Adam Seldow, Executive Director of Technology for the Chesterfield County Public Schools

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