Build a Transformative K-12 Device Strategy for Hybrid Schooling
On the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, K-12 educational institutions dramatically shifted how they function, with remote and hybrid instruction becoming an immediate—possibly long-term—fact of life in our schools. For administrators, it’s critical in this evolving landscape to build long-term technology solutions that balance instructional needs with student engagement.
One such district, the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), implemented a broad initiative to deploy devices and curriculum support for teachers to meet these changing needs. The effort bridged the digital divide to ensure equitable access to technology for all students and serves as an example in instructional agility.
Be part of the dialogue with Microsoft industry experts and DCPS to learn how to:
- Transform learning and teaching environments with the latest Microsoft Surface for Education devices.
- Simplify instruction in remote and hybrid classrooms and improve learning outcomes with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365.
- Employ accessibility features built into apps such as Microsoft Whiteboard, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams to engage students of all ability levels.
Relevant Government Agencies
Dept of Education, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government