Georgia’s Bibb County School District wanted to transform the educational experience across its 42 schools and expand access to technology for its 25,000 students. Solution provider Presidio helped the district modernize its network, implement a digital resource library solution, and build a centralized data center based on Cisco UCS* blade servers with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v2 family and NetApp FAS3200 Series* storage with Intel Xeon processors. Read the full story.

The Houston Independent School District (HISD) is about to enter the third phase of its phenomenally successful 1:1 PowerUp initiative, named for its ability to “power up” all 282 district schools and empower teachers to create a rich learning environment filled with project-based learning, 21st-century skills development, and coursework aligned to individual aptitudes and interests.

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Richland County School District Two is located in South Carolina with a population of just over 27,000 students. They are about 48% free and reduced lunch. To equip their students to be 21st century learners, they put Lenovo Chromebooks powered by Intel® in the hands of all 3-12 grade students. Watch the video below to see why they chose an Intel®-based Chromebook for their students.

When people hear about huge 1:1 initiatives like New Caney ISD’s 1:Vision – which involved the deployment of 10,772 Chromebooks in one year for students in grades 3 through 12 – they usually say things like, “How in the world did they do that?”

For NCISD, the answer is amazingly simple: a smart plan, early and ongoing professional development, student input, and effective allocation of resources.

The processor in a Chromebook™ matters: Processors that are more powerful can save time each class period, which lets students do more.

Waiting for apps to load can distract students; faster devices keep students thinking, working and learning.

Read more about choosing the right Chromebook in this short whitepaper.


Maximize your investment in learning with an Intel® processor-powered Chromebook™. Read the full infographic to see how students get more learning time on the Dell™ Chromebook™ 11 compared to the ASUS® Chromebook™ C201.

Chromebook™ devices hit the sweet spot for education. They are easy for students to use and affordable for schools. But not all Chromebooks are created equal.

To find out which Chromebooks better engage students while causing the fewest disruptions, our team at Prowess Consulting put two Chromebooks to the test: the ASUS® Chromebook C201, powered by a Rockchip® processor, and the Dell™ Chromebook 11, powered by an Intel® Celeron® processor N2840.


The vision of a learning environment that will best support and prepare students for life outside of the classroom is evolving. 

Intel's  new 2 in 1 devices blend the performance benefits of Intel® architecture with exceptional tablet mobility into one incredibly versatile, highly capable device. Read the top 10 reasons why.

Designed specifically for education, the Intel® Education 2-in-1 engages students in 21st century learning. It is a tablet when students want mobility for anytime, anywhere learning and a laptop when students need to create multimedia reports and presentations.

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Educators recognize that to compete in the global information economy, children must have early and enduring access to information. Intel’s broad ecosystem, pioneering products, and deep expertise in everything from teacher professional development to cloud computing uniquely position Intel to serve as a powerful ally in advancing student success and developing innovation economies around the world.

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