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Results: P-12 (50 Stories)

Case Study: Learner Voice at Maine West High School

three students from behind in a classroom

IllinoisP-12

Amplifying learner voice is a priority for Maine West High School in Illinois. The school has created multiple pathways and supports for students to lead, collaborate with their peers, and to advise and engage with school leadership. For example, students, through a formal application process, can j...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: Community Partnerships in Ector County Independent School District

happy family sitting and looking at a laptop

Ector County Independent School District, TexasP-12

For Ector County Independent School District (ECISD) in rural West Texas, community partnerships have been integral to connecting learners, families/caregivers, and the community to affordable and available broadband. The beginning of the pandemic revealed that 39 percent of learners lacked either a...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: Adoption and Support Call Center from Communities In Schools of Nevada

people working in an office on laptops

NevadaP-12Postsecondary

With schools relying on remote instruction throughout Nevada in the fall of 2020, the “Connecting Kids” public-private partnership was developed between public school districts, charter schools, the Nevada Department of Education, community groups, businesses, state agencies, local municipalitie...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: Flexible Supports for Learners and Educators with Digital Access in Roselle Public Schools

woman sharing her presentation with her colleagues

Roselle Public Schools, MarylandP-12Postsecondary

Roselle Public Schools is focused on “Every Student Everyday!” and meeting learners where they are by any means necessary to support learning in digital environments. Their ongoing 1:1 program offers 100 percent access to devices and internet for K-12 learners and provides flexible support for b...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: Collaborative State and Community Initiatives for Digital Skills Training in Refugee Communities

woman placing sticky notes on a wall during a meeting

MarylandP-12Postsecondary

During the pandemic, the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) sought to strengthen partnerships between refugee resettlement networks and organizations promoting digital equity. In the fall of 2020, MPI partnered with the Maryland Office for Refugees and Asylees (MORA) to increase digital access and ado...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: Availability through Partnerships with the Jersey City Housing Authority

hands typing on a mini keyboard

New JerseyP-12Postsecondary

The Jersey City Housing Authority (JCHA) in Jersey City, NJ, provides affordable housing for thousands of families, seniors, and people with disabilities. JCHA had been working with ISPs to ensure residents have affordable internet, especially given a 2019 resident survey found just a third of resid...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association Promoting Digital Inclusion by Broadband Providers

ethernet cables in a network switch

P-12Postsecondary

NTCA—The Rural Broadband Association represents nearly 850 small broadband providers in the most rural regions of the U.S. Consistent with its long-standing commitment to increasing broadband adoption and usage, NTCA has created focused resources to support rural broadband providers' digital inclu...

Topic: digital equity

Case Study: Broadband Availability Data Collection and Mapping at Navajo Preparatory School

white and black broadband router

New MexicoP-12

The Navajo Preparatory School (Navajo Prep) in New Mexico serves learners across the Navajo Nation, which is the size of West Virginia. The school enrolls approximately 270 students from more than 50 majority-rural communities. The school made extensive efforts to ensure internet availability fo...

Topic: digital equity

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

The Metropolitan School District of Warren Township: Personalizing Learning by Redefining Where and When Students Learn

Metropolitan School District of Warren Township, IndianaP-12

Serving over 12,000 students in Indiana, the Metropolitan School District of Warren Township’s mission is to prepare its students “to be self-directed learners who are literate, creative, curious, civic-minded citizens who do meaningful work in school and life beyond school.” As part of the U....

Topic: personalized learning

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