Gearing Students for 21st Century Workplace Demands

Located in Texas, Little Cypress-Mauriceville Consolidated Independent School District chose Dell desktops, laptops and tablets to better prepare their students for the modern workplace demands they would face after graduation. The devices allowed students to engage in a more interactive and personalized learning environment with better information access, and more collaborative opportunities

“Our teachers can now make instruction more relevant and try more innovative, personalized teaching approaches to improve the learning outcomes using Dell technology. They’ve become much more proficient and confident in using technology to teach, and the same is true of the students, who are using it to learn.”

— Kim Allen, Technology Director, Little Cypress-Mauriceville Consolidated Independent School District

Benefits

  • Makes instruction more relevant to improve learning outcomes
  • Ensures learning is collaborative,interactive and personalized
  • Encourages innovation in instructional approaches
  • Facilitates better communication among students, staff, parents and community
  • Helps students and staff become more proficient at using technology to learn
Read more about how Little Cypress-Mauriceville Consolidated Independent School District is using Dell technology to enhance and expand learning. 
 
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At A Glance: 
  • Approximately 3,500 students
  • 550 teachers and staff
  • Six main campuses, all of which have attained Microsoft Innovative Schools status

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