As technology transforms education and helps mobilize teaching and learning in and beyond the classroom, institutions must evolve to meet the growing expectations of today’s digital natives by digitizing courseware and making learning engaging and accessible from a multitude of devices. Cinnaminson Township Public Schools (CTPS), a K-12 school district outside of Philadelphia, is doing just that.
With 2,500 students and 400 faculty and staff across four schools and an administration building, IT is at the center of the Cinnaminson Schools transformation. From classroom instruction to food service, IT is digitizing operations and coursework, liberating mobile access, and improving the learning experience. And, just as the top 10 largest school districts in the US rely on Citrix to realize their digital transformation goals, so, too, does CTPS.
Leveraging XenDesktop running on XenServer, CTPS classroom computing resources have created a more engaging learning environment that connects students with their classwork and their teachers in the classroom, as well as remotely.
In this week’s installment of the Citrix 100 Days of Customers video series, CTPS Network Engineer Steve Creel shares how they are responding to increased IT demands and expectations both inside and outside the classroom with Citrix solutions.