Los Angeles USD gets a Clearpass for Securing District-Wide Wi-Fi

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How do you keep information flowing seamlessly to over two million mobile teaching and learning devices every day?

If you’re the technology staff at the second largest school district in the U.S., you invest in the right wireless networking and security tools for the job.

“For several years we envisioned, and began planning for, an optimized learning environment focused on the individualized potential of each student,” explains Shahryar Khazei, Deputy Chief Information Officer of the 650,000-student Los Angeles Unified School District. “In addition to engaging students in this mission, it would draw in our other three stakeholder groups — students’ families, teachers/principals and central/local administrators.”

Called the Virtual Learning Complex, the environment would enable anytime, anyplace learning for LAUSD students, says Khazei. “Among other things, this meant not only putting powerful tools in the hands of our students and teachers, but also building the appropriate infrastructure, including campus Wi-Fi, to support their use.”

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Date: 5 March 2017, 23:00 pm   |   Provider: Hewlett Packard Enterprise   |   Size: 781 KB   |   Language: English
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