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News | Posted On Oct 23, 2012 | By:

The increased use of laptop computers in K-12 schools has created a unique opportunity to dramatically improve the quality of teaching and learning. K-12 school districts need a new network architecture that meets the requirements of today’s campus. With digital learning, students stay engaged and learn faster. Teachers can tailor lessons to students’ individual education needs, provide one-on-one help, and easily measure progress.

Many K-12 school districts have already embraced one-to-one computing initiatives, in which students have their own laptops. Many other districts are exploring the budget-friendly bring-your-own-device (BYOD) course, in which students use their own laptops and tablets in the classroom. Regardless of the method to equip students, digital learning leads to an explosion of laptops, tablets, and other mobile devices in schools.

The Digital Learning Imperative: 

  • Students learn 30-80% faster with technology-based instruction
  • Digital learning can close the achievement gap with increased access to courses and personalized learning
  • The U.S. Department of Education has convened a Digital Textbook Collaborative to advance the use of digital textbooks in K-12 schools

Click K-12 Schools Ace Wireless with Aruba Instant to see how IntraSystems and Aruba can create a feature-rich enterprise-grade WLAN that combines the affordability and configuration simplicity that schools need.  Please see additional information below:

Aruba Networks K-12 White Paper

Aruba Networks-Best Practices K-12

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