Case Studies

Mashpee Public Schools Improves Instruction and Saves Money with Lightspeed Digital Insight™

Mashpee Public Schools, located in a tight-knit community in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is leveraging real-time data to empower educators in the digital age.

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

Lightspeed Systems® and Digital Promise have joined forces to provide participating Digital Promise League of Innovative School Districts a better way to track and monitor student-level…

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

The mission of Polk County Public Schools (PCPS) is to provide a high quality education for all students.

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.

Kenowa Hills (MI) School District Solves Student Device Compliancy Problem with Lightspeed Systems®

Kenowa Hills School District runs a 1:1 technology program.

Clay County (FL) Creates a Harmonious Collaboration Between Staff with Lightspeed Systems®

Clay County District Schools (CCDS) pride themselves on being a tech-forward district, working to decrease the digital divide.

Opelika City Schools (AL), Committed to Keeping Every Student Safe—100% of the Time—with Lightspeed Alert™

From the beginning of her K–12 career, Stacy Royster has kept student safety a top priority.

Visalia Unified School District Saves Numerous Student Lives with Lightspeed Alert™ and Safety Specialists

Committed to providing students with the tools and skills necessary to succeed in life, Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) runs a 1:1 student device technology program with Chromebooks…

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

In 2019, Lauderdale County School District (LCSD), a rural school system serving 8,500 students in northern Alabama, faced a problem.