There are many schools that have discovered Google Apps for Education, or as it’s called now G Suite for Education. Schools and districts statewide have found uses for Gmail, Google Drive and Google Classroom.
On top of that, many districts have found the benefit of using Chromebooks and other Chrome devices. They’re affordable, durable and work great with the suite of tools Google provides. They’re also very easy for schools to roll out and manage. It cuts down on IT costs and makes getting devices into the classroom very easy.
This isn’t news to anyone. But Google also provides devices and hardware for solutions that small schools typically can’t afford. Google has video equipment for video conferencing, digital signage and kiosks as well, so let's explore what these solutions can do for you:
Most schools would love to incorporate long-distance learning technology, but typical video conferencing carts cost a small fortune. Google has packages available for different size groups and different size rooms. If you’ve been looking to incorporate conferencing equipment you should check out what Google has to offer here:
As an educator, how do you measure success?
As we move into the end of the new fiscal year's first quarter, there are signs that the state’s economy is continuing to improve. We'll have a good idea after the next collection cycle if the trend toward improving collections will be sustained.
We at OPSRC pride ourselves on providing high-quality professional development for our member schools, and in the coming school year, our goal is to greatly increase the number of PD opportunities to which those teachers and leaders have access.
Ransomware is infecting institutions throughout the country, including many here in Oklahoma. School districts are being hit. Lest you think it won’t affect your small or rural school, think again