BYOD

Managing BYOD Effectively

Innovative tools provide low-cost Internet access and help district leaders keep students and infrastructure safe.
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Some Schools Tell Students to Bring Own Technology

Not so long ago, most school districts had very strict policies: Leave your cellphones and laptops at home.

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Valley Schools Telling Students to Bring Own Technology

In Kara Kujawa's seventh-grade science class at Sunset Hills Elementary School in Surprise, her students are used to hearing, "Get out your devices."

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Fayette Schools Students Prepare of BYOT Thanks to Alum

If you have a child who gets bored in class, Travis Allen could serve as an inspiration.

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In a Pa. School District, Rethinking a Gadget Ban

It's a wired world, and school district officials are taking notice, in some cases even changing their long-standing policies banning students from bringing personal technology into the classroom.

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Reading Software Tailored to Students

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ParentLink Announces Major New Release in ParentLink9

New K12 parent relationship management system gives school districts state-of-the-art communication services, mobile apps and leadership tools, all in a single package.

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Kajeet to Announce the Launch of School Guard for BYOD Programs

Kajeet is pleased to announce the launch of School Guard, the newest addition to its suite of free, online tools developed to empower children both inside and outside of the classroom.

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Smartphones, Tablets to Be Put to Task in Brevard County Schools BYOD Pilot Program

Students will be asked to bring their personal iPads, laptops and smartphones to two Brevard schools this fall that are participating in a pilot “bring your own technology” program.

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Captivate Student Curiosity With STEM Apps

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