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For Immediate Release CONTACT: For CoSN: Michael Kaplun, 202-822-9491, email@example.com Senate HELP Approval of K-12 Tech Amendment to ESEA Bill – A Victory for U.S. Students and 21st Century Learning Washington, DC (April 16, 2015) – Keith Krueger, CEO of CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking), today issued the following statement on the Senate Health, Education, Labor & […]Read more »
ENA and Wainhouse Research recently developed and published a white paper, We Are Connected: The Power of Video Collaboration in Education, which analyzes the growing role of video conferencing and collaboration in education. The white paper and companion resources examine how video conferencing and collaboration technology has evolved to meet the demands of today’s K–12 […]Read more »
Learning Way Elementary School (LWES), located in Shelbyville, Tennessee, is part of Bedford County Schools. The school has been integrating more technology into its curriculum as part of its digital learning transformation. LWES recently introduced Learn360 into its classrooms to enhance instruction and provide its students with engaging high-quality content. Learn360 is a premier web-based […]Read more »
Perhaps more than any other time in history, school campuses need effective security equipment and tools not only to ensure the physical safety of students, teachers, staff and administration, but also to create a safe environment where effective learning takes place. After all, students deserve a safe place to learn and thrive as they grow, […]Read more »
ENA Teams with Wainhouse Research to Advance Video Conferencing and Video Collaboration for K–12 Education
For Immediate Release Contact: For ENA Monica Cougan 615-312-6140 firstname.lastname@example.org For Wainhouse Research Alan D. Greenberg 512-481-7691 email@example.com ENA TEAMS WITH WAINHOUSE RESEARCH TO ADVANCE VIDEO CONFERENCING AND VIDEO COLLABORATION FOR K–12 EDUCATION Nashville, TN (March 17, 2015) – Education Networks of America (ENA), in collaboration with Wainhouse Research, today released a rich suite of […]Read more »
On March 6, the National School Board Association (NSBA) announced its “20 to Watch” honorees for 2014–15. According to NSBA Executive Director Thomas J. Gentzel, “[T]his year’s ‘20 to Watch’ honorees highlight the kind of exciting innovations that exist throughout America’s public schools. These teachers and administrators, with support from their school boards, share a […]Read more »
Barb Neligan Senior Product Trainer, ENA Barb Neligan, a Chattanooga native, began working with ENA in 2004 on a contract basis to facilitate training for what is now known as the ENA Partner Program before joining the ENA team full time in 2012. 1. Pretend I’ve never heard of ENA. How would you describe […]Read more »
Teachers are fairly used to the notion of lost students—those children who never really speak up or engage. While it might seem a bit overwhelming to get through to those students, there are some ways to make them feel more comfortable in the classroom. The addition of educational technology can provide some creative approaches for reaching lost students. […]Read more »
As the managed services provider for approximately 6,000 end sites within 535 school districts and 290 libraries, we recognize that data centers are a big deal—they are how we host and deliver the underlying services we provide to our customers. Here at ENA, we understand that an optimally functioning data center isn’t a luxury—it’s a […]Read more »
ENA Live connects your students to rich content experiences right inside their classroom. Check out these free educational programs available this winter to enhance and support your content! The Presidential Primary Sources Project programs are available through March, so feel free to download this flier that outlines each of the programs as well as the […]Read more »