Jun 15, 2016
Success in K–12 doesn’t necessarily correlate with traditional ROI. Measuring nonfiscal returns can reveal a clearer value of the investment. The value of student achievement, teacher development, and school effectiveness, for example—not just the financial bottom line—better define the success that is crucial to an improved outcome for all. With this in mind, it’s time for schools to look beyond traditional ROI when it comes to investing in school administrative solutions. Become the expert on redefining measures of success and determining how best to help your district to succeed. Download the complimentary white paper Redefining District ROI: Return on Value as the New Benchmark.
Jun 01, 2016
You’d be forgiven for thinking this time of year was more about testing your patience than testing your students. Apperson, an industry leader in educational assessment and reporting solutions, can help. Apperson’s 60-day free scanner trial is just what you need to streamline workflow while providing the analytics and reporting needed to gain insight into student performance. This no-obligation offer is designed to show you the ease and cost effectiveness of Apperson’s testing solution and the positive impact it can have on your classroom or school. One of Apperson’s knowledgeable assessment specialists can help you select the option that’s perfect for your school. This offer expires on June 30, 2016.
Jun 01, 2016
If you’re working on a 1:1 device rollout, don’t forgot about security, protection, and charging! Tripp Lite Charging Stations & Carts protect tablets and Chromebooks, featuring locking steel cabinets with flow-through ventilation, adjustable device dividers, and integrated cord management. Cart models include wheels and handles so devices can be moved from room to room. Units ship fully assembled for fast and easy deployment.
May 19, 2016
Camps can be particularly important for children and teens with disabilities by offering them the opportunity to interact with their peers and the world around them. These interactions help increase their confidence while building friendships. Children with disabilities have many choices when it comes to attending a summer camp. Inclusionary camps operate similarly to a mainstreamed classroom.
May 19, 2016
Since April 2012, the Donegan Burns Foundation has offered the Dyslexia Testing and Intervention Grant awarding thousands of dollars in the fight toward literacy. This private foundation has made it a goal to help those underserved with dyslexia. The grants, which are intended to assist with teacher education, equipment, testing, and intervention, are available to schools, afterschool programs and nonprofit organizations that work with children. The foundation’s funding helps to intervene before at-risk children with dyslexia reach third grade. With this support, these children can—and do—learn to read.