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Does your school need a network assessment?

Technology is great — when it works. Firewalls, routers,…
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What qualifies for E-rate funding?

The COVID-19 pandemic led many schools to digitize their…
Kids working on technology from e-rate funding

Maximize your e-rate funds in 5 steps

E-rate funds help level the playing field for school districts…
Technology in classroom from e-rate funding

E-rate updates: What’s new in the next wave of funding

The E-rate program is a government-funded initiative that…
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Security monitoring for your school’s campus

Investing in a modern security system for your campuses is…
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Holistic campus security: Preparing for a safe school year

Is school security a priority as learning institutions reopen for the new school year? Well, it should be. And this time, you have to cover all the bases — physical security and data protection. The past year was tough on schools; better be prepared for this year as well.
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Top 5 learning portals for schools and students

Hybrid learning combines the traditional classroom setup with interactive online learning. It's a growing trend. One crucial consideration, though, is the IT backing behind a hybrid learning setting.
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3 things you should know about ESSER funding

The ESSER Fund (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund) is designed to help K-12 schools address challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. This federal funding for schools has the potential to be a pivot point for U.S. public education. However, it’s up to the schools themselves to decide how best to use the funds.

6 things you should know about HEERF funding

Thanks to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF), students can now access emergency financial support for Covid-related disruption. But how does the relief fund work, who can claim financial support, and what's covered? Let's break it all down.