Miami-Dade County Public Schools is the fourth-largest district in the U.S. composed of 392 schools with an estimated 245,000 students. After receiving a $1.2 billion bond to upgrade classroom technology, the district was in search of a partner that would help them achieve digital equality for all schools within the district.
Richard Benvenuti, District Director of the Instructional Technology Department at Miami-Dade County Public Schools, was in search for education technology that provided the right tools to help teachers create lessons and improve the delivery of instruction. After having conversations with a couple of businesses, Miami-Dade decided to partner with Promethean to update the technology in an estimated 10,000 classrooms.
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