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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 17

    17 December, 2014 Drew Clowser Blog Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 17

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. December 17, 2014, Webinar: Download the slide deck here. This […]

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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 16

    16 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, E-rate, Webinar Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – December 16

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. December 16, 2014, Webinar: Download the slide deck here. This […]

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    Indiana School District Uses Video Conferencing to Facilitate Student’s Learning

    16 December, 2014 Chris Willis #EdTech, Blog, Video Collaboration Comments Off
    Indiana School District Uses Video Conferencing to Facilitate Student’s Learning

    Most of the time when you’re in need of a solution, you’re faced with a dilemma—pick two: easy, convenient, inexpensive. But when one advanced middle school student named Jaiveer Dutta in the Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township (Indiana) was in need of an equally advanced math class that went beyond what was offered in […]

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    We Are ENA – Holly Stachler

    10 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    We Are ENA – Holly Stachler

      Holly Stachler Technology Integration Specialist, Yorktown Community Schools, IN Holly Stachler is a Yorktown native who’s excited to help classroom teachers infuse lessons with technology to enhance learning. She’s been a member of the Yorktown Community Schools staff for five years. 1. What’s your current position, and how long have you held it? I’m […]

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    We Are ENA – Kate Matthews

    05 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    We Are ENA – Kate Matthews

      Kate Matthews Lead District Instructional Technology Specialist, Fayette County Schools, GA Kate Matthews is an educator with a passion for education technology who is constantly on the lookout for opportunities to give her students and teachers the tools they need to succeed in the 21st century classroom. 1. What’s your current position, and how […]

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    We Are ENA – Randy Damewood

    05 December, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    We Are ENA – Randy Damewood

      Randy Damewood Director of Technology, Coffee County Schools, TN Randy Damewood is an educator with 20 years of experience who understands the power of technology in the classroom, which is why he’s spent the last 10 years serving as Coffee County Schools’ director of technology. 1. What’s your current position, and how long have […]

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    15 Schools Named Exemplars of 21st Century Learning

    04 December, 2014 Chris Willis #EdTech, Blog, Press Release Comments Off
    15 Schools Named Exemplars of 21st Century Learning

    For the last two years, the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) has sought to identify, document, promote and celebrate examples of successful 21st century learning in schools across the country through its 21st Century Learning Exemplar Program. This week, P21 released the names of 15 schools that it identified as exemplars of 21st century […]

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    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – November

    20 November, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, E-rate, Webinar Comments Off
    [Webinar] Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season – November

    Preparing for the 2015 E-rate Season Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO Join ENA CFO Rex Miller as he walks you through the significant revisions and changes made to E-rate this year. Receive helpful, time-saving filing tips as well as answers to your pressing E-rate questions. November 20, 2014 Webinar: Click here to download Rex’s PowerPoint. […]

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    We Are ENA – Vickie Noltkamper

    17 November, 2014 Chris Willis Blog, We Are ENA Comments Off
    We Are ENA – Vickie Noltkamper

      Vickie Noltkamper Sales Support Specialist, ENA Vickie Noltkamper, a St. Louis native who grew up in Kentucky, began working at ENA in June 2013. She’s a people person with a passion for customer service who’s rarely seen around the office without a smile on her face. 1. Pretend I’ve never heard of ENA. How […]

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    Be Heard and Help Strengthen E-rate for a New Generation of Students

    14 November, 2014 Brent van de Graaff Blog Comments Off
    Be Heard and Help Strengthen E-rate for a New Generation of Students

    *Reposted from CoSN The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will soon consider a proposal to raise the E-rate’s funding cap to ensure that all students have access to high capacity broadband. The FCC already made historic changes to the E-rate program in July, and commissioners are now examining the program’s long term funding needs. CoSN’s Second Annual E-rate […]

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