Last August, we wrote about how Harford County in Maryland had chosen to partner with itslearning to deliver a leading learning platform to their large school district. As Harford continues to integrate our solution, they have been informing the community about their efforts and highlighting certain innovative efforts. The Baltimore Sun covered the event and explained the understandable excitement among students and staff. Read more at "Making Harford schools go paperless celebrated at DigitalHarford.GO event" by David Anderson. Here is an excerpt:
"Lader described some initiatives that sprung from their work: itslearning, designed to support teachers and students as they implement a digital curriculum and classrooms; the 2014 Digital Learning Innovation Fund, supported by the Maryland State Department of Education so digital materials and a curriculum can be incorporated into 10th-grade English classrooms; and Bring Your Own Technology, a pilot program at Edgewood High that allows students to use their personal communication devices, such as smartphones, for classroom learning."
The team here at itslearning is excited to continue to support all of the students, parents, administrators, teachers, and staff of Harford County as they continue their digital initiatives.
Read more at The Baltimore Sun.
Posted on March 18, 2015
by David Hyde