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.
Whether the classroom is in-person, hybrid, or virtual, here are 20 things teachers can do with Lightspeed Classroom Management to keep students engaged.
The deployment of a 1:1 program at Anderson Community Schools Corporation (ACSC) was successful due to the cloud-based web filter by Lightspeed Systems.
VUSD's 1:1 student device technology program with Chromebooks utilizes the power of Lightspeed Alert's AI and Lightspeed Safety Specialists to keep their students and staff safe district-wide.
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
Kenowa Hills School District in Grand Rapids, Michigan uses iPads and Chromebooks for their 1:1 program. Learn how Lightspeed's K-12 solutions help manage their students' devices while remaining CIPA compliant.
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
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
Lightspeed Product Updates You Don’t Want to Miss We value our customer’s feedback and input. And we’re excited to share the newest updates to Lightspeed Systems, based on your requests! In this webinar, the Lightspeed Team will go over
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,