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Bear Creek Middle School: Professional Learning for Effective 1:1 Implementation

Fulton County Georgia, GeorgiaP-12

Background Bear Creek Middle School—located just south of Atlanta, Georgia, in the Fulton County School District—just completed the 2nd year of its 1:1 device initiative, which provides over 1,100 students with new electronic digital devices. In December 2014, as the result of a Fulton Count...

Topics: 1:1 Initiative, digital citizenship, professional learning

Clark County School District: OER from a Development Perspective

Clark County School District logo

Clark County School District, NevadaP-12

Clark County (NV) School District (CCSD) is the fifth largest district in the nation, with over 318,000 students. CCSD was prompted to #GoOpen because the size of the district makes it cost prohibitive to purchase licensed software for mass distribution. With the goal of having 100,000 students in a...

Topics: #GoOpen, Digital content, Openly Licensed Educational Resources

Chesterfield County Public Schools: Integrated OER for Instructional Achievement

Chesterfield County Public Schools' Vision for Teaching and Learning

Chesterfield County Public Schools, VirginiaP-12

The Chesterfield County Public Schools vision for the future is preparing every student to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world. The district sees committing to #GoOpen as a natural extension of the work underway in implementing its strategic plan, Design for Excellence 2020. One of the p...

Topics: #GoOpen, Digital content, Openly Licensed Educational Resources, strategic planning

Strategic Blueprint 2.0 for Digital Learning

Baltimore County Public Schools, MarylandP-12

Baltimore County Public Schools is the third largest school district in Maryland and the twenty-fifth largest district in the country. It serves a diverse population close to 110,000 students across 173 schools, programs, and centers. In October 2014, BCPS received one of only 15 national Digital In...

Topics: 1:1 Initiative, equity

Fuse Fellows of Rhode Island

State of Rhode Island, Rhode IslandP-12Postsecondary

The state of Rhode Island supports approximately 142,000 public school students across 300 schools. Sixty-six distinct local education agencies operate within the 1,214 square miles of RI, including 32 school district municipalities, 4 regional school districts, 4 state-operated schools, 1 regional ...

Topics: 1:1 Initiative, professional learning

Student-Centered Acceptable Use Policy

Boston Public Schools, MassachusettsP-12

Boston Public Schools (BPS) serves approximately 57,000 students who are enrolled in 128 schools. They have transformed from a failing school district to one of the most recognized urban public school systems. It is one of the most diverse districts in the country where half of the students speak a...

Topics: digital citizenship, equity, Privacy

BLAST Professional Development

Clark County School District, NevadaP-12

Based in Las Vegas, NV, the Clark County School District is the fifth largest school district in the United States, spanning over 8000 square miles. In the state of Nevada, each county has one school district. As a result, there are large differences in the geography and size of districts. Clark Cou...

Topic: professional learning

Mapping Community Wifi Access

Forsyth County Schools Free Wifi Logo

Forsyth County Schools, GeorgiaP-12

Forsyth County Schools (FCS) in Georgia serves over 42,600 students and is the largest employer in the county with over 4,300 full-time employees and 1,300 substitutes. Out of 180 school districts, FCS is the seventh largest school system in Georgia. FCS is home to 35 schools – twenty elementary, ...

Topics: accessibility, BYOD/BYOT, community engagement, Connectivity, equity

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