What Does The Classroom Of Tomorrow Look Like?

Do You Have The Right Technology For Your Charter School Classroom? For charter schools, there are many competing demands on both the curriculum and the budget. But, there is a way to make smart technology investments that support both the curriculum and the budget. A recent article on teachthought.com looked at some of the newest […]

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What Can Blended Learning Offer Your Charter School Students?

Is Blended Learning Right For Your School? Blended learning, the combination of traditional classroom methods and online learning, is rapidly growing in popularity as more charter school start programs. About two-thirds of U.S. school districts offer these programs, according to teachthought.com. Advocates say this educational approach gives teachers, parents and students more flexibility to personalize […]

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Does Your Charter School Need On-Site Tech Support?

Do You Need On-Site Tech Support? 5 Areas To Consider The number of charter schools is growing in the United States, with more than 7,000 open in the 2017-2018 school year, according to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. And this number is expected to continue growing. The number of students in public charter […]

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Inspiroz Helps Forte Prep Design And Implement Tech Strategy

Inspiroz Serves As Strategic Tech Partner With Forte Prep As he was planning a brand-new charter school, Forte Preparatory Academy Charter School founder Graham Browne knew he needed a strong technology partner. With no infrastructure and no in-house IT expertise, Browne knew he could benefit from bringing in Inspiroz to help with everything from purchasing […]

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What Do Charter Schools Need To Know About The Cloud?

Should Your Charter School Use The Cloud? What You Need To Know You may have heard about the cloud when discussing technology for your charter school. While it may sound a bit nebulous, it’s actually pretty common. You’re probably already using cloud applications. If you use Office 365 or Gmail, you’re already “in the cloud.” […]

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