Harford County Public Schools desired to upgrade Harford's schools with reliable projectors in order to both enhance learning and reduce disriptions caused by product downtime.
- Facility: Harford School District
- Location: Harford County, Maryland
- Challenge: Upgrade Harford's schools with reliable projectors in order to both enhance learning and reduce disruptions cuased by product downtime
- Solution: NP-M271X, NP-P401W, NP-M260X, NaViSet Administrator 2.0™
- Date: Ongoing since 2011
Less than an hour northeast of Baltimore, Maryland, lays the Harford County School District. Stretching between the Chesapeake Bay to the south and the State of Pennsylvania to the north, Harford County School District boasts more than 50 schools, including elementary, middle, and high schools, and has a student population of 38,000. The Harford County Public School System is dedicated to providing a quality instructional program to all students. As a community, Harford County is fortunate in the cooperative relationship maintained between the parents, local government, and area businesses. These collaborative partnerships have the potential to serve the student population in ways that the school system cannot do alone.
Enhancing the learning experience for students is a top priority for Harford, something which requires attention to all aspects therein. This mission takes shape not only by attracting (and retaining) excellent teachers and providing the latest educational materials, but also by providing a stimulating classroom environment.
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