By: Charles Duarte
As warmer weather approaches, students start looking to spring break with excitement as a sign that the end of the school year is near.
By: Mark Rand
When it comes to edtech purchases, many school districts avoid the F-word: financing. The thought is that financing technology purchases is expensive and not fiscally responsible. Yet often these same school districts use various...
Diamond Assets, an Apple trade-up partner for schools and enterprises, announced additions to its leadership team to support the company’s growth. Penny Hartwell and Mark Rand have joined the company’s education division and Ryan Egan will service the enterprise market. According to a news release, all will focus on helping...
A ceremonial ground breaking was held last Thursday for a 59,000-square-foot facility in the Crossroads Business Park. The property is owned by Backyard Properties of Rock County LLC, which is constructing the facility for Diamond Assets, an asset management firm specializing in Apple products.
There is a British saying, “Don’t be penny wise and pound foolish,” which cleverly warns against making decisions that save small amounts of money (pennies) that end up costing more in the long run (British pounds — or in our case, dollars).
While students are looking forward to an extended holiday break, chances are administrators are knee deep in budgeting and planning for the next school year. Technology will make up a good portion of this planning, so it’s appropriate to...
K-12 school districts that wait until summer months to refresh aging Edtech devices may be losing out on important buying power, according to a new eBook sponsored by Diamond Assets and Jamf.
Genesys Works Chicago joins the Everyone Can Code initiative offering high school juniors the chance to learn computer programing during the summer and then taking an internships with local companies. Students learn using current Apple technology donated by Diamond Assets.
Digital learning, though still in its youth, has been shown to enable students to learn more quickly and adeptly, while improving instructional technique and optimizing instructor time, according to the MIT Office of Digital Learning.