Meeting Common Core Challenges with Lenovo Innovation

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10 steps to a successful digital readiness assessment

Digital Readiness: Common Core and Beyond

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As states work to make or implement decisions around new Common Core State Standards, schools and districts are responsible for building a technology and learning infrastructure that’s up to the challenge. New requirements around assessments and a heavy focus on the integration of technology into all aspects of how students learn and collaborate will demand enterprise-grade computing power and the expertise to make it work.

Even with the focus on digital learning, smart strategies for Common Core State Standards and similar state-specific initiatives start and end well beyond the device. Districts like MSD Wayne, located just outside Indianapolis, Indiana, know that a comprehensive approach to digital education and citizenship is critical to any successful technology integration, Common Core included.

To find out how a district well-known for being a pioneer of better learning through stronger and smarter technology is preparing their students and schools for the new standards, read our new white paper. It examines the connection between vision, strategy, and implementation as well as the fundamental importance of matching products to classroom needs and:

  • Preparing students for digital citizenship
  • The power of transparent technology
  • Selecting the right devices
  • Finding committed partners

MSD Wayne selected the Lenovo® ThinkPad® X131e to drive a new student-centric technology strategy that prepared both learners and educators to succeed with the new priorities in mind. With education-built reliability and innovation, the X131e is designed for more productive, more manageable digital classrooms, no matter where students learn.

Lenovo is committed to helping our customers build solutions that prepare students and communities for sustained success in a rapidly changing world. We are proud to put our products and ideas into service on behalf of districts like MSD Wayne that share our vision of integrating technology and learning in meaningful ways that empower students and improve IT readiness.

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