Many educators would agree that the cornerstone of a good institution is the quality of its people. Such is the case at Clovis North Educational Center (CNEC) in central California, which comprises an intermediate and high school for 3,600 students in grades seven through 12. CNEC’s administrators also know that successful 21st-century learning requires teachers and students to be supported by superior educational content — and often, technology to enable it.
That’s why the center goes beyond hiring skilled, passionate educators. It also relies on digital database resources from Gale/Cengage Learning, integrated with Google Apps for Education, to help provide its students with the best possible educational experience.