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LocknCharge Customer Voices: Teacher and Campus Technology Liaison Solve the Problem of Larger Class Sizes and Sharing Devices

By stephanie | May 2, 2017

Learn from Teacher and Campus Technology Liaison Crystal Lee of Arlington Independent School District how she solved the issue of large class sizes and sharing devices throughout the school with LocknCharge.

Custom Charging Stations with Denton ISD

By stephanie | April 20, 2017

Denton Independent School District Invents Custom Charging Solution with LocknCharge…

LocknCharge Customer Voices: Technology Director Secures Multiple Device Types

By stephanie | April 8, 2017

Listen to Technology Director Cindy Laird talk about how she…

LocknCharge Customer Voices: Teacher Relieves Nightmare of Charging and Sharing Devices in the Classroom

By stephanie | March 25, 2017

Learn from 5th Grade Teacher Michelle Brown how LocknCharge relieved…

LocknCharge Customer Voices: Director of Technology Masters Classroom Management with LocknCharge Carts

By stephanie | March 8, 2017

Learn from Director of Technology Cara Jackson how LocknCharge has…

CarryOn for Ultra-Mobile Charging of iPads

By stephanie | January 13, 2017

Learn how Como Primary School is leveraging the CarryOn for…

Crosby on Eden: Carrier 10 Charging Station Deployment

By stephanie | January 10, 2017

Crosby on Eden: Carrier 10 Charging Station Deployment Challenges Crosby…

San Lorenzo Unified School District: California district deploys ambitious 1:1 initiative to increase student engagement and achievement

By stephanie | January 10, 2017

US News | LocknCharge California district deploys ambitious 1:1 initiative…

Compton Unified School District: Mobile Deployment Carts Keep Devices Safe in Urban District

By stephanie | January 10, 2017

California District Protects Technology Investment with Mobile Deployment Carts Schools…

Arlington Independent School District Makes Mobile Learning a Reality with LocknCharge

By stephanie | October 12, 2016

Texas district to be able to store 54,000 mobile devices…