Classroom Case Studies

East Rock Magnet School
Six years ago, Domenic Grignano, a K-8 teacher and Technology Facilitator, wanted to bring technology to the students of East Rock Community School, an urban K-8 School in the New Haven Public School System, New Haven, CT. His goal was to promote a widespread, systematic integration of literacy and technology in the curriculum to enable East Rock students to assume a productive role in the information age. By promoting a new style of learning, he hoped East Rock would become a pioneer in technology implementation for the 21st century.

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Boston Public School District
Clinton Rowe, Technology Budget Manager for Boston Public Schools, has seen how much his computer systems have increased the quality of education in his district. Under the City of Bostons LINC initiative to provide computers, software and training to the citys 135 schools, Clintons job is to make sure K-12 students and teachers are equipped with the tools they need to succeed. Clintons biggest challenge was cost of ownership. When he saw a demonstration of Phaser Solid Ink technology, he knew he had found what he was looking for - Phaser Solid Ink Color Printers.

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Schenectady City School District
New Yorks Schenectady School District relies on Sal DeAngelo, Technical Services Coordinator, to keep the schools up to speed with technology while staying within budget. By 1999, the Schenectady School District had a centralized OC-3 system of IBM Pentium II computers loaded with standard and graphic-intensive software, supported by 23 TCI servers. The school district needed more than an adequate printer. Sal was immediately impressed by the Phaser Solid Ink printers color print quality, speed and flexibility. And he was delighted to discover the printer's Web-management software, which makes monitoring usage rates a snap.

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