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NEC Display: Little Rock School District

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Little Rock School District needed to upgrade their projector technology in order to continue integrating multimedia lessons into the classroom and to continue being a leader in bringing state-of-the-art technology to its students.

Quick Facts
  • Facility: Little Rock School District
  • Vertical: Education 
  • Location: Little Rock, AR
  • Challenges: Modernizing more than 2,200 digital projectors across Arkansas' largest school district.
  • Solution: NEC M332XS and NEC M352WS projectors and NEC 55" V552 and NEC 55" E554 displays
  • Result: High-quality technology throughout the classrooms, cafeterias, gyms and hallways of the school district 
  • Date: May 2014 to present

As the largest school district in Arkansas, the Little Rock School District (LRSD) has a responsibility to be a leader in bringing state-of-the-art technology to its students.

With 48 elementary, middle, high, nontraditional and alternative schools, the district serves 24,714 students each day. Each classroom is equipped with a projector and smart board. But after seven years, the projectors were past their supported life and no longer shone images as brightly.

The projectors, which teachers used to share interactive lessons, videos and student work, had become a beloved part of the teachers' curriculum. The district also recently implemented a 1:1 iPad and laptop initiative, so each student, in fourth and fifth grades at 16 schools,  has a tablet that teachers wanted to be able to connect to the projectors via WiFi. The district needed to find a solution that easily allowed them to continue integrating multimedia lessons into the classroom.

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