School districts are constantly challenged to utilize technology to improve student outcome while also balancing budgets and providing the services sought by parents and other stake holders. Technology can provide part of the answer, but faster and cheaper is not always the way. Doing things differently can enable breakthrough performance.
Xerox specialists can help with a range of solutions designed specifically for K12 education. We partner with school districts to better manage the transition from paper to digital documents. Our workflow solutions get teachers back into the classroom. And we improve learning with cost-effective ways to speed grading and analysis.
Featured Solutions for K12
Test Grading and Analysis
Automatically grade, tally, and provide a variety of customizable reports on tests and surveys to illustrate areas of strength and weakness.
Enable fast and accurate communication of school-related messages via fax, e-mail, text, and voice delivery.
Classroom to Printshop
Automate the ticketing, routing, and accounting of document production to let teachers submit jobs by 4:30 PM and have them back by 7:30 the next morning.
District-wide Managed Print Services
Track output to control print costs, manage asset deployment to optimize infrastructure costs, provide intelligent routing, and provide pre-emptive service management to greatly improve uptime.
Instructional Support Materials on Demand
Save money by printing workbooks and other teaching support materials on demand using digital technology.
Student Registration Services
Digitize the student registration process and virtually eliminate manual, paper-driven processes. Key documents are accurately scanned and routed providing compliance and increased security.
School to Career
Give students an opportunity to become certified digital printing professionals by incorporating a digital printing and publishing curriculum in your course offerings.
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Student performance: Focus on improving learning outcomes.
Financial responsibility: Cope with shrinking budgets and accountability to taxpayers.
Regulatory burden: Comply with numerous education-based regulations.
Access, control, and productivity: Improve communication among teachers, students, and parents.
Classroom time: Increase hours teachers can spend working with students.