Like most other school systems nationwide, Pennsylvania's Woodland Hills School District runs up against tight budget constraints that limit its ability to deploy technology effectively. Located in the eastern suburbs of Pittsburgh, the district's nine academic buildings and one administrative building serve nearly 6,000 K-12 students from 12 communities, more than half of whom qualify for free or reduced-price lunches.

District officials were looking for ways to reduce costs and simplify their management of technology. The solution they found met both of these goals at once, exceeding all expectations.



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