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How Williamsfield schools decided to #GoOpen

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Williamsfield Community School District, IllinoisP-12

The Williamsfield School District is a small, rural district serving approximately 300 students in one building—Pre-K through 12th grade—with fewer than 100 students attending the high school. Located in a village of 650 residents, the school is the hub of the community. Several staff and facult...

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

Warsaw Inquiry Learning Laboratory

Warsaw Community Schools, IndianaP-12

Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) is a rural school corporation of 7200 students located in northern Indiana. The school corporation has 52% free and reduced population, and a 20% English Language Learner population. Warsaw is known as the Orthopedic Manufacturing Capital of the World, the duck farming...

Topics: community engagement, equity

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

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

Busing in WiFi

Coachella Valley Unified School District, CaliforniaP-12

Coachella Valley Unified School District near Riverside, CA (situated in one of the poorest sections of the country) has roughly 19,500 students – 100 percent of whom qualify for free or reduced-priced meals – spread out over an area larger than the state of California. Additionally, almost 50% ...

Topics: Connectivity, equity

Ensuring Home Connectivity for All

Bloomington Public Schools District 87, IllinoisP-12

Bloomington, IL’s District 87, located in the heart of the state is home to a diverse student population. With 52% white, 22% African American, 12% Hispanic, 9% multiracial, and 5% Asian, this 20-school district had a 2014-15 student population of 5,615 students. Approximately 56% of its students ...

Topics: Connectivity, equity

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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