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Mobile County Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

At the Las Vegas International Technology Operations Conference in 2015, David Akridge found himself at a presentation on Cisco’s Digital Ceiling, a Power over Ethernet (PoE) network that connects a building’s systems for HVAC, security and lighting. As CIO for Mobile County Public Schools in Alabama, Akridge was immediately hooked on the technology, especially the […]

Loudoun County Public Schools

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For decades, education was “one size fits all,” with a teacher planted at the front of the room. But there’s a shift underway, and schools are introducing a model that’s more “choose your own adventure,” where students take the lead. They have a voice in how they want to learn—whether that is in groups or […]

North East ISD

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s not uncommon for students at North East Independent School District (ISD) to take a virtual field trip to NASA or use video conferencing to read a book with students in another part of Texas. Some study weather online with peers in Michigan or head to the library to experience makerspace activities, such as basic […]

University of Tennessee

Est. reading time: 4 mins

College students aren’t especially keen on waking up early. So, when 4,233 University of Tennessee students, faculty and staff gathered in the university’s Neyland Stadium, it was impressive for two reasons. First, those students showed up at 6 a.m. Second, they broke the Guinness World Record for largest letter formed by humans—a University of Tennessee […]

Dallas County Community College District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The Dallas County Community College District isn’t one marked by ivory towers. On the contrary, it’s seven campuses across the hustling and bustling city known as Big D. Here, much, if not most, of the 80,000-strong student body face barriers to finding a way to either acquire a viable livelihood or to prepare themselves for […]

Stacey Aldrich – Hawaii State Public Library System (HSPLS)

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Growing up with a historian for a father and later working for a futurist think tank in Washington, D.C., Stacey Aldrich has spent a lot of time considering where people have been and where they’re headed. Her conclusion? We don’t change as quickly as we think. Her interest in the past and present has fostered […]

Aldona Valicenti – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Every year, the largest horse auction in the world takes place in Lexington, Kentucky, the “Horse Capital of the World” and the epicenter of Kentucky’s estimated $4 billion horse industry. In 2006, the most expensive horse ever auctioned, The Green Monkey, was sold for $16 million at Fasig-Tipton, one of Lexington’s two world-renowned equine auction […]

Janice Reid – Peekskill City School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Inside Peekskill City School District (PCSD) classrooms, students and teachers are embracing a new way of teaching and learning thanks to their eagerness to try new technology. As a small city school district whose student population is growing, PCSD has had to get creative in order to provide more technology with limited funding. To help […]

Cabarrus County Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When it comes to IT, Cabarrus County Schools has three major things going for it—or rather, three people: Dr. Katherine “Kelly” Propst, Michael Stocks and Adam Harkey. The trio has a unique management style, which helped build the most robust school district IT network in the state and keeps 36,000 devices up and running. Propst, […]

Neal Weaver – Santa Fe Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

At the end of the day, a laptop isn’t that different from a textbook. Without proper instruction, it’s almost useless. That understanding is essential to how Neal Weaver, digital learning coordinator for Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS), does his job. To help teachers integrate technology into their classrooms, SFPS has created the Digital Learning Plan—a […]

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