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Fillmore Central School District

When Fillmore Central School District moved to 1:1 over 3 years ago, its teachers quickly realized that they were spending at least as much time trying to guide new student devices as they were teaching their students. It wasn’t long before the school looked to Impero Education Pro to ease this burden.

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Dardanelle School District

Two years ago, Dardanelle School District’s technical support team found themselves wasting hours of valuable time every day to troubleshoot technology issues in-person across four school campuses. The school district switched from LanSchool to Impero Education Pro to manage 3600 devices.

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Lee County School System

With over 5000 devices across several buildings and sites, Lee County School System needed a solution to help its small technology team cover more ground more quickly and efficiently.

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Roslyn Public Schools

Transitioning from iPads to Chromebooks, Roslyn Public Schools needed a tool in place to not only monitor and manage these devices but also to detect student safety concerns.

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The School Board of Highlands County

Streamlining Window and Chrome device management, The School Board of Highland County needed not only a cross-platform solution but also a tool that consolidated classroom management and network management in line with its technology budget.

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Ballston Spa Central School District

Since implementing its 1:1 Chrome initiative, Ballston Spa Central School District needed a solution to not only manage its Windows and Chrome devices, but also monitor them in real-time.

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