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A superintendent of Mooresville Graded School District in rural North Carolina, spoke about his district's digital conversion.
School districts in the United States from the Kent School District in Kent, Washington, to the Mooresville Graded School District in Mooresville, North Carolina, are planning, developing, initiating, and implementing highly successful ubiquitous personal device programs.
Changing the culture of a school district is essential to sustaining a digital transformation over time, agreed Mark Edwards, superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District in North Carolina.
Mooresville Graded School District in North Carolina has proven to be a leader in digital conversion.
Edwards, a school district superintendent, relates how he raised the graduation rates and assessment scores in North Carolina's Mooresville Graded School District through an initiative that provided each student with a laptop for use at school and home, combined with a culture of caring and a focus on data to improve student achievement.
To use North Carolina as an example again, districts in their first years of 1-to-1 programs are seeing 60 percent annual growth, as is the well-known Mooresville Graded School District, which has provided laptops to every third-through 12th-grade student for eight years.
Implementing a 1-to-1 program involves more than just buying or leasing tablets or laptops, notes Terry Haas, chief financial officer of Mooresville Graded School District. District leaders also need to prepare for other costs, including setting up wired or wireless networking, and servers needed to support the additional computers and software.
He is superintendent of Mooresville Graded School District and 2013 American Association of School Administrators National Superintendent of the Year.
We attended the Mooresville Graded School District (N.C.) summer conference and realized it wasn't about if we should do this, but when and how we should go 1-to-1.
Scott Smith, chief technology officer of the Sylvia Charp Award-winning Mooresville Graded School District (NC), said, "Kids don't care whether they're clicking a full-motion video or they're opening this tiny little email.
When you speak with Scott Smith, he makes one thing clear about the Mooresville Graded School District (NC): Technology is not driving the bus.