North Carolina Education Case Study


Every public school student will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and post-secondary education and prepared for life in the 21st Century. That is the mission of the North Carolina State Board of Education. And access to computers—by students and faculty—is obviously a critical component. But how can schools improve their student-to-computer ratios with limited budgets? Over 25 school districts across North Carolina have given an additional 10,000 students access to computing without increasing their budgets. This is only possible with the revolutionary NComputing solution that allows multiple students to simultaneously access a single PC while significantly lowering computing costs.
McDowell County School District in Marion, North Carolina is a typical case. Learn why this technology has spread so dramatically throughout the state, the US and the world.

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