Audit Your Edtech in 9 Steps

Do you know if you're overspending on your educational technology budget? Download our edtech audit checklist to find out.

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How Lincoln Public Schools Leaders Used Data to Inform Their Decisions

Lincoln Public Schools in Nebraska took part in the Digital Promise League of Innovative School Districts to monitor student engagement in the digital classroom better with Lightspeed Analytics.

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How Lexington County School District is Gaining More Insight into Application Usage and Adoption

South Carolina's Lexington County School District One uses Lightspeed Analytics data to inform district-wide decisions to reduce costs and improve learning engagement for their 22,000 students.

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How Chesapeake City Public Schools is Using Analytics to Gather Longitudinal Data

How can schools better track and monitor student-level digital engagement and analyze tech investments? CPS shares their app usage and engagement data from Lightspeed Analytics-CatchOn Edition in this pilot study.

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Lauderdale County School District protects its students from dangerous content with the help of Lightspeed Filter™

Lauderdale County School District (AL) uses the best-in-class web filtering software Lightspeed Filter for their 1:1 program to keep students engaged online.

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20 Things Teachers Can Do with Lightspeed Systems Classroom Management

Whether the classroom is in-person, hybrid, or virtual, here are 20 things teachers can do with Lightspeed Classroom Management to keep students engaged.

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7 Essential Features for Effective K-12 Web Filtering

Choosing the right K-12 web filter is about more than being CIPA-compliant. You also want to make sure your filter has these 7 essential features.

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4 Edtech Tips for Teaching Virtually

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the transition of K-12 instruction from physical classrooms into remote settings, teachers got a crash course in virtual teaching. The transition was anything but easy, but teachers—and students, families, and administrators—persevered.   And for some teachers,

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The Post-COVID Paradigm: Integrating the Things that Worked

The emergency shift to remote learning, due to school closures in response to COVID-19, forced districts to use tech to support online learning in ways, and in the immediacy, they never thought possible.   Now a year later, Lightspeed Systems had the opportunity to meet with Steven Langford, Chief Information Officer for the Beaverton School District

Enhancing the In-Classroom Experience with Online Tools

Last year in 2020, K-12 school districts distributed and brought online more mobile devices than ever before, and as students have become more familiar with using these devices for learning, some districts may choose to adopt more of a 1:1