Driving the K-12 Digital Classroom
With Advanced Network Infrastructure and Analytics
1:1 Computing and BYOD
As school districts move to 1:1 learning environments, they need to be able to serve large numbers of devices. With Extreme Networks, school districts can accommodate and manage both district-owned and student-owned devices in these 1:1 computing programs.
K-12 school districts are making a strong push to deliver digital citizenship courses online to educate faculty and students on the safe use of technology. With Extreme Networks, districts can allow specific device and application access based on the student’s successful completion of the course. Extreme network management software can monitor resource use and grant expanded access rights upon demonstrated student digital citizenship.
Digital textbooks and video in the classroom require high speed and high density data streaming. With Extreme Networks, you can configure the network to provide bandwidth required for digital textbooks, while still limiting high speed streaming of music or games to students in the cafeteria.
Extreme Networks can help you prepare for online testing, including the Common Core online assessments. Test center and classroom networking can be set up to allow secure, high-speed student access to the test servers for online exams, but disallow general Internet access during testing.
K-12 Network Infrastructure
Extreme Networks is helping education customers around the world provide personalized learning to their students with Wi-Fi and wired network infrastructure. Learn more about our simple, fast, and smart solutions.
The FCC E-Rate Program
The FCC’s newly released E-rate modernization order expands funding for Wi-Fi networks in elementary and secondary schools across America. Extreme Networks access points, routers, switches, wireless controllers, and supporting software are eligible for the E-rate program. Read our solution white paper: E-RATE 2.0 New Rules, New Opportunities for Schools.
If you have review or Program Integrity Assurance (PIA) questions, please contact Tracy Hill.
Top K-12 On-Demand Webinars
Contemporary Challenges and Solutions for Wireless Networking in Education
Applying for E-Rate: Reaching the Finish Line
How to be Successful with Chromebooks in K-12 Education
Enabling Personalized Learning with Extreme Networks Infrastructure
Deploying Google Chromebooks with Extreme Networks Infrastructure
Kimberly Area School District
Incorporating Chromebooks in the classroom to facilitate collaboration and better teaching practices.
Winnecone Community School District
Successful BYOD and 1:1 Chromebook Initiative puts devices in the hands of students.
Apache Junction School District
Supporting a 1:1 Chromebook Initiative to facilitate PARCC online testing.
Proud Sponsor of Pro Football Hall of Fame
Extreme Networks is a sponsor of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, helping to bring the Heart of Hall of Fame program to students across the country. The program teaches students first-hand how legendary Hall of Fame players achieved success on and off the football field with a focus on positive character qualities.
Extreme Networks Wins 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards!
Network Access Control (NAC) from Extreme Networks has been selected as a top pick for education technology out of nearly 700 nominations submitted for eSchool Media’s 2013-2014 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Extreme Networks’ Wireless Solution is Honored as Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product
Extreme Networks’ X460 Summit® Switches were voted into District Administration magazine’s Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products for 2014 list from over 2,400 nominations.
Extreme Networks has won this award for four consecutive years.
Chromebooks Are Taking On A Growing Role In K-12
Read how Elmbrook School District worked with Extreme Networks to implement 1:1 Google Chromebook initiative.
K-12 Infographic: Adoption Rates of New Styles of Teaching
Today’s classroom is transforming to adopt new paradigms to better engage the student. Extreme Networks conducted a survey to better understand how rapidly K-12 schools are adopting digital textbooks, video content, flipped classrooms, online assessments, social media, and student internet access.
Extreme Networks improves education at Jackson Local Schools
Learn how Jackson Local Schools benefited from Extreme Networks Wi-Fi, greatly improving learning and access to information in the classroom. The IT staff has also gained greater control over their network, and they were able to implement a BYOD program for the district.
The web content filtering dilemma solved
The joint Extreme-iboss Security solution offers the flexibility to meet today’s instruction needs without placing an additional burden on the district IT staff – all while protecting students and complying with regulations
Extreme Networks’ joint solution with Lightspeed Systems provides the proper management tools to implement a Mobile IAMTM BYOD initiative, while insuring compliance mandates are met through differentiated network access and comprehensive reporting.
Stonington Public Schools
Incorporating technology in the classroom to facilitate communication and collaboration through blended learning.
London District Catholic Schools
Successful BYOD policy for students and staff to aid modern teaching practices.
Loyola High School
Upgraded switching network providing high performance, availability and reliability.
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