It’s hard to believe that this month marks one full year since schools across the U.S. shifted to remote learning, forcing digital literacy to the forefront of education. Last spring, Cincinnati Public Schools moved swiftly to deploy laptops or tablets to all 36,000 of their students, and worked with Cincinnati Bell to ensure free internet access for students.
One obstacle CPS did not have to overcome during this challenging time: scrambling to find keyboarding, digital literacy and online safety curriculum. For nearly 15 years, CPS has used Learning.com’s EasyTech.
Download the case study to discover how CPS uses EasyTech to promote digital equity and prepare students to succeed in a technology-driven world.
Learning.com is an amazing platform. Even if you’ve never taught technology in any way, shape or form, there are so many lesson plans available and so many options, that you’ll find a great place to start — whether it’s on computer or off.
—David Church, technology teacher, Cincinnati Public Schools