How Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools use Technology to Defeat Student Device Distractions

Our NCTIES presentation, How Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools use Technology to Defeat Student Device Distractions, focused on how and why CMS invested in a classroom management solution. Guest speaker Jacob Standish, IT Project Manager at CMS, joined us to share his experience leading the Dyknow implementation at their district. Today, CMS teachers use Dyknow every day to defeat student device distractions.  

Learn more from Jacob Standish on how CMS defeats student device distractions

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