Today’s cohort of K-12 students is fundamentally different than the K-12 students of just a few years ago. Now almost 1 in 3 children between the ages of 8 and 10 owns their own cell phone, and the 13 to 17 age bracket is the fastest growing segment of smartphone adoption. The rise in popularity of smartphones has brought on a strong cultural shift in how children access and interact with information. Preference for smartphones over other available technology also extends to learning, with 62% of students reporting that they would rather use a smartphone than a laptop as a learning tool. Please fill out the form below to read the case study about how three K-12 schools have found ways to use mobile technology to drive student achievement and keep students engaged and connected.