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HP technology solutions aim to boost outcomes

By Laura Devaney
January 23rd, 2015

Assessment technology, training, software bundles among new tools

HP-technologyAs part of an effort to produce meaningful outcomes for students, teachers, and communities through the use of technology, HP has introduced assessment technology, hardware products, software bundles, and online educator training courses.

The release includes:

  • National Education Technology Assessment
  • HP Education Edition tablets and a notebook
  • HP School Pack Software for education edition products
  • HP Education Cloud-first devices
  • Link Technology for Education
  • HP Teaching with Technology online courses

“At HP, we believe that every student should have access to a high-quality education, at any time and from anywhere,” said Gus Schmedlen, vice president, Education, Printing and Personal Systems, HP. “When access is combined with quality learning, social and economic outcomes result for students, for schools and for communities.”

The HP National Education Technology Assessment (NETA) program, designed to build sustainable education technology strategies and assess the impact of technology-based interventions in schools, includes developing the best approaches and establishing cultural readiness to maximizing student achievement. Additionally, the NETA assessment technology verifies that students aren’t just showing up at school, but actually learning and preparing for their future.

(Next page: Details on each new HP technology tool)