K-12 and Higher Education
Empowering Educators and Students with Innovative Learning Tools
As tablets replace textbooks and school administrators, educators and students become more tech savvy, growing numbers of K-12 and Higher Ed institutions are adopting emerging technologies to advance the educational experience.
By delivering more personalized experiences, technology provides students with tools and opportunities to help them improve standardized test performance and elevate the way they’re ranked, rated and funded.“
School districts are improving educational outcomes by turning to technology to facilitate more intuitive and memorable interactions related to subject matter. Universities continue to increase their reliance on wireless networks and teleconferencing applications to power distance learning programs. It’s impossible to imagine modern classrooms without the influence technology plays to provide real-time, off-site participation.
Maintaining K-12 networking and telecommunications capabilities is vital for providing students with a modern, effective learning environment. School districts often rely on government subsidies and reimbursements to fund the considerable investments required to maintain technological infrastructures.
Netsync can design, source and install advanced ecosystems procured through reimbursements awarded by the Universal Service Fund’s E-rate program. Working with school districts, we help select and implement technologies that improve educational outcomes, such as networking hardware, mobile solutions, end-user devices and cloud-based applications that serve to enhance the learning experience.
Netsync has extensive experience fulfilling state contracts related to the acquisition of solutions that effectively support educational priorities. We conduct large-scale deployments with constrained time frames, and closely collaborate with universities and school districts to source system configurations that align with strategic learning goals and agency-approved campus enhancement projects.