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Beaverton (OR) School District Tackles Student Online Safety and Technology Addiction With Lightspeed Systems®

Challenge After years of technology disinvestment, the Beaverton community passed a bond in 2014 allowing a digital transformation for the learning and business functions of the district. Two critical needs were expanding on-site filtering to include protecting students anywhere they

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Grapevine-Colleyville (TX) ISD Ensures Online Access for Every Student, Efficiently Manages 1:1 Learning With Lightspeed Systems®

Challenge When the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to operate remotely, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD was already ahead of the curve. With a 1:1 instructional technology program fully in place, and the success of running one of the top-performing virtual schools in the

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Lightspeed Systems Helps Kentucky Department of Education Keep Students Safe Online

Lightspeed Systems, an AWS Public Sector Partner, helped the Kentucky Department of Education deploy online safety solutions efficiently, protect students online, and give K–12 leaders tools to make better decisions about online learning. The Lightspeed cloud-based solutions provide content filtering,

Catholic Schools Broken Bay Get Customisable Mobile Device Management Across the Diocese

Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay consists of 44 schools stretching from Willoughby on Sydney’s lower north shore to Lake Munmorah on the Central Coast. For over ten years, the diocese has used a mix of BYOD and school-owned devices to

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St. Herbert’s RC Primary School Remote Learning with Lightspeed Filter™

St Herbert’s RC Primary School in Oldham wanted to give their students the best opportunities for learning with digital technology. Many students began using school-owned iPad in classrooms and to continue learning at home. Protection Anywhere Susan Milligan is the

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Bibb County Public Schools proactively identify students at risk for self-harm or violence using Lightspeed Systems® and Microsoft Teams®

With so many options for online activity—social media, online docs, email, YouTube, apps, browsers, search engines, and more—school districts face an enormous challenge in achieving the visibility needed to ensure student safety.   Serving 22,000 students and 4,000 staff members, Bibb County

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United Learning Trust Keep Devices Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

United Learning Trust is the largest multi-academy trust in the UK with 75 primary and secondary academies and a further 15 independent schools. Dave Munro has worked as a Senior Technology Specialist at United Learning for 18 months, helping to

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Osseo Public Schools Save Thousands of Dollars by Identifying Unused Ed-Tech Licenses with Lightspeed Systems®

K-12 schools have to spend their budget very wisely, across multiple spaces, with very little room for negotiation. A small portion of that annual spend goes toward technology, making ROI and maximum adoption of purchased applications crucial. With 21,000 students,

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Polk County Schools Get Up and Running in Two Days with Lightspeed Systems®; Applauds Incredibly Fast Implementation

Challenge The mission of Polk County Public Schools (PCPS) is to provide a high quality education for all students. To accomplish this, PCPS implemented an edtech program to foster the development of complex thinking and problem-solving skills. Polk County Schools

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Numerous Students’ Lives Saved in Caddo Parish (LA) Public Schools with Lightspeed Alert™

Nicole Allien, Instructional Technologist at Caddo Parish Public Schools (CPPS), has witnessed first-hand how the pandemic and social distancing have impacted her students with the help of Lightspeed Alert™. “Since students went home in March [2020], I’ve had so many