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With VARtek’s IT outsource solution, for a fixed monthly fee, your school will get IT leadership to plan and execute your IT vision; appropriate on-site IT labor and a guaranteed level of support for teachers and staff; and IT operational best practices to ensure a reliable network. Our outsource model is built on four guiding principles: IT Leadership, Technology Implementation, Technology Integration, and Student Achievement. This comprehensive program gives students the IT environment they need to be successful learners.
VARtek’s approach to IT leadership is guided by years of experience and industry best practices, such as those developed by Project RED. When you partner with us, we help you develop and launch modern educational initiatives like 1:1 computing, cloud-based classroom management, and online assessments.
Robust, secure, monitored networks. Regular assets refreshes. IT project plans. Responsive staff. These are key to a well-implemented and operated IT environment. With decades of experience in this industry and more than 500,000 issues resolved, VARtek has the experience and expertise to help your school turn your technology vision into reality.
Teachers integrate technology if they have been trained to use it, feel comfortable using it, and believe it supports academic goals. Schools that provide ongoing professional development and integration coaching and collaborate with curriculum leaders to plan technology investments increase the use of technology in the classroom. VARtek Classroom Technology Coaches (CTCs) are former educators who also are certified in leading applications, such as Google Apps for Education (GAFE), and can help lead your school’s integration efforts.
Modern schools must have modern, reliable, well-supported technology that adapts to diverse learning styles and prepares students to be self-driven critical thinkers and problem solvers. Such environments are built on IT Leadership, Technology Implementation, and Technology Integration. Without these core components, technology becomes an expensive investment without the return of student achievement.