One of Linux Academy’s core values is to support others in their mission to learn and grow. Not only do we support our students to learn and grow by pushing the boundaries of online learning, we support the educational system to provide our next generation with the most advanced learning opportunities possible. To do this, we have teamed up with AWS K12 to help provide training to school districts across the nation at an affordable cost.

Technology needs to be incorporated in our primary schools to keep up with the learning demands of the 21st century. Funding is a known problem in the educational system, so implementing new technology can be a difficult task. This program provides the K12 IT staff the knowledge to implement cloud technology in their districts in order to reduce costs, and shape a better future for students.

“With the AWS cloud, schools and districts can access industry-shaping technology at an affordable cost, no matter what the scale. Utilizing AWS, educators, parents, students, IT staff and administrators can have the best learning experience possible. From bring-your-own-device to virtual desktops, AWS offers tools to ensure that every student gets the attention they need to thrive in the classroom.” – AWS K12

Through this program, our skills development courses will teach you the ins and outs of AWS services and strategies through unlimited access to:

  • Hands-on labs
  • Live AWS environments
  • 6 cloud servers
  • Interactive diagrams
  • Video courses
  • Instructor mentoring
  • Dedicated AWS K12 learning path
  • Active and engaging community
  • Personal course scheduler
  • iOS & Android mobile apps to learn on the go
  • and more!

Also – we have a private study group for you to communicate with other school districts learning with us from across the nation!

To learn more and register your team, visit http://info.linuxacademy.com/amazon-web-services-k-12

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