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Device Distribution: Tips for a Successful Start to the School Year

A successful device distribution program sets your school up for year-round success. Read this guide for tips on how to get your school's device distribution started on the right foot.

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IT Prep for K-12 State Testing

This helpful infographic shows just how much you can benefit from investing in a CMMS for your facilities management.

The Advantages of Establishing Student-Run Tech Support Teams

See how establishing a student-run tech team can help your district resolve help requests.

The Benefits of a Unified K-12 IT Support Platform

Inefficient IT systems cost K-12 districts time, money, and energy. Read this blog to see how interoperable solutions streamline K-12 support workflows.

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Chromebook Repair: How to Troubleshoot and Fix a Broken Chromebook Screen

Whether they get dropped on the bus, knocked off a desk during class, or stepped on by a younger sibling at home, there are plenty of opportunities for Chromebook screens to get damaged. A broken screen makes it difficult for students to get their work done, and when multiple devices have screen iss ...

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Can Schools Track Chromebooks? 7 Tips for Keeping Track of Student Devices.

There are a number of good reasons for schools to keep track of assigned Chromebooks, with those reasons usually being financial, safety, and academic in nature. According to Google, 50 million students and teachers use Chromebooks to enrich their experiences in elementary and secondary schools. Whe ...

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Setting Up Chromebooks for Schools: 9 Must-Have Software for K-12 Devices

As our world continues to revolutionize digital products and processes, it’s no surprise that computers and other technologies have made their way into the classroom. Even before the pandemic, 1:1 learning had already been gaining traction. Once the world declared a state of emergency, remote lear ...

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15 Best iPad Cases for Students in 2023

So you’re considering implementing a 1:1 initiative in your school—or you already have—and you’re thinking ahead to the challenges of giving students their own device. That’s smart. There’s definitely lots to consider when handing out student devices—topmost of which would be how to ke ...

Inventory Management in Excel: Tips for Managing Your School’s Assets

Managing thousands of school devices is one of the greatest IT challenges for schools—especially for those that are investing in new tech-heavy initiatives or growing quickly. So how does a K-12 IT technician keep track of it all? Well, one of the most cost-effective solutions for school stock man ...