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There’s no question students can be tough on their devices. But we also have to hide a smile at times when we see what comes through the door.
As the 2021-2022 school year kicks off, we’re sharing best practices from Google for long-term storage and getting your Chromebooks ready for school.
Lexicon recently invested in expanding the company’s bandwidth with a purchase of three gigabites of internet bandwidth across three separate connections.
Lexicon Tech Solutions paid a visit to Fayette LIFE Academy to install 50 Dell all-in-one student desktop devices.
AlwaysLearning™ is Lexicon’s Proven Device Management Solution. We guarantee students are never without working tech. Watch how we do it.
Tune in to hear Director Aina’s advice to other districts managing devices and vendor partners, and why he trusts Lexicon to ensure no student is ever left without working technology.
We talked with FCPS Chief Technology Officer Jim Farmer on the benefits of AlwaysLearning, and why he considers Lexicon Tech Solutions a partner for his district.
We work with districts of all sizes and customize plans for everything from flat-rate repairs to unlimited ADP coverage.
Spare pool is the most important part of Lexicon’s AlwaysLearning™ device management program.
937 devices scanned and verified in under one hour.
Our 50,000 s.f. facility is ISO 9001:2015 certified and follows MSD JEDEC STD-033C.
There are so many types of screens, keyboards, and palm rests for school devices, each produced for a limited time.
Lexicon’s founder Travis Collins served on a metro-Atlanta school board for 12 years where he came face-to-face with the budgetary pressures school systems face doing more with less.
When it comes to technology failure rates for student devices, districts need actionable intelligence. Lexicon AlwaysLearning™ K-12 analytics provide exactly that.
A K-12 district was puzzled by screens breaking in “two little dots.” We told them what their students were doing to cause it and engineered a solution. 👏👏