Dallas Independent School District Adopts State-of-the-Art Technologies for Learning

BOXLIGHT interactive projectors allow teachers to be anywhere in the classroom, thanks to WiFi capabilities.
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Arlington Independent School District Makes Mobile Learning a Reality with LocknCharge

MADISON, Wis. (Oct. 11, 2016) – Research conducted by Project Tomorrow indicates that mobile devices increase student engagement, student-teacher communications and access to course materials outside of the classroom. To reap these benefits, Arlington Independent School District (AISD) in Texas is introducing more than 1,800 Carrier 30 Carts from LocknCharge to have the capacity to hold more than 54,000 Chromebooks. With these carts, AISD staff can store, charge and protect the mobile devices—making it easier to implement digital learning initiatives.  Using a $663.1 million bond package, AISD is providing Chromebooks to its 76 schools with the goal of having a Carrier 30 cart for every two classrooms. Each cart holds 30 devices that will be used to accelerate web-based learning environments, address online testing needs and boost student performance.

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Copperas Cove Independent School District Adds Another 200 Boxlight Interactive Projectors

Lawrenceville, GA – July 27, 2017 – Interactive projectors provide a cost-effective way for teachers to use touch technology to encourage student engagement and collaboration and also enliven classroom instruction with clear, beautifully detailed images. Copperas Cove ISD (www.ccisd.com), a school district on the western boundary of Fort Hood in Texas, has found the technology so impressive that after purchasing 180 interactive projectors from Boxlight in 2015, the district has just acquired 200 more.  

Aransas Pass (TX) Independent School District Adopts WIN Learning’s Personalized Career Readiness System

Web-based program prepares all students for life after high school through career courseware, intervention initiatives and career-readiness certification programs     Kingston, Tenn. - April 9, 2013 – Taking an innovative approach to college and career readiness, the Aransas Pass Independent School District (APISD) in Texas has chosen to implement WIN Learning’s Personalized Career Readiness System for middle and high school students district-wide.  The comprehensive solution is comprised of a series of standards-aligned, web-based programs that help students understand and prepare for the realities of college and the workplace through personalized project-based learning and career exploration, particularly in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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Boxlight Introduces State-of-the-Art ProColor Interactive Flat Panel Displays

Newly released high-definition and ultra-high definition LCD Android displays brings touch-enabled collaborative learning to the front of the classroom.   Lawrenceville, GA – Nov. 28, 2016 Boxlight, a leading innovator in delivering best-in-class digital classroom solutions, today unveiled the ProColor Series 1 interactive flat panel displays. These displays further differentiate Boxlight with an included Android OS that offers an instant digital whiteboard plus integrated browser, bringing a whole new level of ease of use to the classroom while engaging students in a more collaborative learning experience.

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South Coast Region School Districts to Adopt iCEV As Part of State Grant Program

LUBBOCK, TX (Nov. 11, 2015) – As part of the California Career Pathways Trust Program, CEV Multimedia, a leading producer of Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum resources, announces that the South Coast Region Agricultural Education Consortium will utilize a portion of its grant to incorporate iCEV in Agricultural Science classes. Developed by CEV Multimedia, iCEV is an online platform that produces comprehensive educational content for students and teachers.

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Texas’ Spring Branch Independent School District Expands Partnership with Discovery Education Supporting Five-Year Strategic Teaching and Learning Plan

Texas’ Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) today announced an expansion of their ongoing partnership with Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms. In the newest phase of this collaboration, Middle School and High School social studies teachers will begin creating immersive World History and Civics and Government lessons with Discovery Education’s Social Studies Techbook™. 

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Austin Independent School District Adds iCEV to Career and Technical Education Program

LUBBOCK, Texas (July 8, 2015) – CEV Multimedia, a leading producer of Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum resources, announced today that Austin Independent School District (ISD) has added iCEV’s Principles & Elements of Floral Design to its curriculum resources. Offered through iCEV, an online platform that produces comprehensive educational content for students and teachers, the district incorporated the resource as a result of the Proclamation 2015 – Fine Arts Instructional Materials adoption. The CTE course fully correlates to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) while also counting as a fine arts credit.

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itslearning “HUB” for Houston (Tex.) Independent School District Featured in IMS Global Learning Impact Report

Boston, MA – Jan. 22, 2016—IMS Global, in its recently released 2015 Learning Impact Report, recognized the itslearning “HUB” learning platform at Houston, Tex., Independent School District (HISD) as a technological innovation worth emulating. The 2015 Learning Impact Report distills the 2015 LIA winners’ initiatives, which HISD was honored to receive, into a series of pragmatic themes, practices and recommendations that help educators to launch their own learning technology initiatives. The report also offers recommendations to help readers facilitate their own successful learning technology implementations.