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Fontana Unified School District serves a fast-growing suburban community 50 miles east of Los Angeles. Although they began piloting’s EasyTech before 2020, the sudden shift to remote learning during the pandemic highlighted the gaps in students’ digital skills.

In order to ensure all students are equipped with digital skills to succeed in the classroom, college and careers, the district expanded access to’s EasyTech for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. As director of professional development and teacher support, Adele Thomas ensured teachers had both live and asynchronous professional development opportunities to leverage the breadth and flexibility of EasyTech in their own classrooms and in alignment with their core subjects.

“We navigate between and amongst so many digital platforms, and is so simple.”

—Tricia Cordura, 6th grade teacher, Fontana Unified

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