Durham District School Board Uses Low-Code Solution to Speed Up School Communication
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The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is an organization that caters to public education in the Durham region of Ontario, Canada. It is responsible for 133 elementary, secondary schools and learning centers. There are 7,600 teaching and educational services staff and more than 70,000 students enrolled in the schools.
DDSB’s “Leveraging Digital” initiative provides Chromebooks to every Grade 7 and Grade 10 student in elementary and secondary schools for learning purposes. The 2020-21 school year marked the fourth year of this initiative. Over 50,000 Chromebooks have been distributed by the board to families
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