Boost student success with a mobile-first learning environment.
Digital learning boosts student achievement and is vital to the modernization of school curriculums and long-term success of educators. The next-generation wireless classroom lets everyone thrive when they use Wi-Fi-enabled devices and apps that create a richer learning experience.
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E-rate funding like never before.
Since the Modernization of the E-rate Program in FY2015, there has been enough funding to meet the demand in both Category One and Category Two. Find out how to maximize your E-rate funding with Aruba.
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Reliable classroom Wi-Fi that won’t interrupt learning.
Wi-Fi-enabled Chromebooks, iPads and laptops are everywhere in the classroom. But they’re only as reliable as the infrastructure they connect to. That’s why it’s so important to have a robust classroom wireless network that can handle everything you throw at it.
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Prioritize critical learning apps while blocking unsafe content.
Create an inspiring and impactful classroom Wi-Fi experience with rich instructional videos and compelling interactive learning. Block inappropriate content while prioritizing online testing, Common Core curriculum and other critical learning applications. Watch the video on AppRF
School district refreshes network infrastructure with Aruba.
Pulaski County Special School District needed a network to keep up with more than 14,000 students and over 35,000 devices. Aruba’s robust network infrastructure enabled this school district to successfully embrace one-to-one learning initiatives across all schools.
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Controlling 6,300 access points in the cloud with Aruba Central.
Complete cloud-managed solution provides streamlined, high-density Wi-Fi for WLAN spread over 4,300 sq. mi.
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Manage the network your way.
Take control of the classroom.
Give teachers the ability to use Apple TVs and Chromecasts in every classroom without worrying about students hijacking them and causing disruptions.
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