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,
The Challenge: Digital Citizenship and Equity Taking advantage of the rich educational opportunities that online technology offers to students, while at the same time keeping students on task and teaching them responsible digital citizenship, was a challenge for St. Joseph
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
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. The Challenge: Protecting Student Devices, Anywhere
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
The Challenge: Accurately Measuring Annual Tech Spend 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
The Challenge: CIPA-Compliant Web Filtering for 106,000+ Students 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
Caddo Parish Public Schools (CPPS) in Louisiana administers several of the state’s top-performing schools and has won more than a dozen merit-based awards from the U.S. Department of Education. How does Lightspeed Alert help keep their 37,000 students safe?
Not all cloud content filters are created equal. That’s what Director of Technology Justin Dover learned when he deployed Securly at Harpeth Hall School in Nashville, Tennessee. After a few too many speed bumps, Justin left Securly in favor of another cloud
Glenns Ferry School District in Idaho knows a lot about doing more with less. They have limited funding for new technology and a small IT staff, but recognize the benefits of technology: getting devices into students’ hands will let them easily
Reimagine the inspired and interactive classroom for remote, hybrid, and in-person learning. Lightspeed Classroom Management™ gives teachers real-time visibility and control of their students’ digital workspaces and online activity.
Ensure scalable & efficient learning device management. The Lightspeed Mobile Device Management™ system ensures safe and secure management of student learning resources with real-time visibility and reporting essential for effective distance learning.
Prevent suicides, cyberbullying, and schoolviolence. Lightspeed Alert™ supports district administrators and selected personnel with advanced AI to detect and report potential threats before it’s too late.
Protect students from harmful online content. Lightspeed Filter™ is the best-in-class solution that acts as a solid barrier to inappropriate or illicit online content to ensure students’ online safety 24/7.
Gain complete visibility into students’ online learning. Lightspeed Analytics™ gives districts robust data on the effectiveness of any tools they implement so they can take a strategic approach to their technology stack and streamline reporting.