Not all schools and districts have access to the same resources and funding, and this can cause barriers and challenges for implementing classroom technology to improve the classroom experience for students and teachers alike, and to keep up with the ever-changing education landscape. Parmetech, a certified WBE office and classroom technology provider and consulting firm, is looking for a way to change this. “We believe that all education institutions should have access to the same resources and tools,” says Becca Patten, Director of Sales & Marketing, “and while we know this isn’t the reality of today’s education sector, we want to do our part to try and improve it. That’s why we created the Parmetech Classroom Technology Award Program.”
Parmetech’s Classroom Technology Award Program is designed to provide underserved schools and districts the opportunity to access interactive and other classroom technology to incorporate into their classrooms to improve the teaching/learning experience.
To launch their Classroom Technology Award Program, Parmetech will be selecting two K-12 schools or districts to receive each of the 75″ ViewSonic interactive displays on a cart from the ISTE Regional Playground so that they have the opportunity to bring interactive technology and collaboration into their classroom(s). Due to the donated displays being located in the Philadelphia, PA area, the first launch of this program is limited to public, private and charter K-12 schools/districts located in Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester, Montgomery, and Bucks counties in Pennsylvania.