New features to the Lightspeed Solution Suite are coming! If you're on a school IT team that uses Ligthspeed products, watch this webinar to make your day more efficient and students safer in the digital classroom.
Austin, Texas, Dec 16, 2021—Lightspeed Systems®, the most trusted partner in online learning safety and effectiveness, closes out 2021 with exceptional growth, product improvements, and company-wide initiatives that helped schools provide safe online learning environments. “As students returned to school, we saw the impact the last 18
As CTO at Opelika City Schools in Alabama, Stacy Royster's district-wide goal was to keep students safe online 100% of the time. As a long-time subscriber of Lightspeed Filter, the addition of Lightspeed Alert and Safety Specialist monitoring helped Opelika
After a year of learning remotely or in hybrid environments, what will a 1:1 program look like at your district as schools plan to return to in-person instruction this fall?
EdTech and Instruction Post-Pandemic Dr. Christopher Harrington and Elizabeth Leblanc from the Institute for Teaching and Leading, and Lightspeed Systems, discuss instruction and educational technology in hybrid or remote learning models as students return to in-person learning in the fall
Returning to Normal: What “Back to School” Really Means With the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutdowns, schools and districts scrambled to adapt to a monumental, nationwide crisis. Now, a year later, many schools are reopening their doors, and need
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,
With the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutdowns, schools and districts scrambled to adapt to a worldwide crisis. How is edtech revolutionizing the classroom when students head back to school post-pandemic?
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
Governments, school leaders, and health authorities continue to make inroads in dealing with the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, and even as more and more students begin to return to the in-person classroom, one thing has become crystal clear: Schools will need