Campus Consortium Awards $202,500 Technology In-Kind Grants to K-12 School Districts

Awarded Grants include IT Security and Vulnerability Assessment, 24/7 IT Security Support and Single Sign-On and Smart Password Manager Services.

February 2, 2022, Miami, Florida: Campus Consortium, a leading global Nonprofit education association, today announced that it has awarded $202,500 Technology In-Kind Grants for Security Operations Center-as-a-Service, IT Security & Vulnerability Assessment and Single Sign-On and Smart Password Manager with MFA to K-12 School Districts. 


Awarded districts include Noor-Ul-Iman School, Killingly Public Schools and Valley View Independent School District. The Campus Consortium Technology In-Kind Grants were designed in collaboration with and supported by OculusIT™ and QuickLaunch™. 

“Single Sign-On helps us improve the student, parents, faculty and staff online experience. Our new system decreases IT support requirements and increases efficiency for our community,” said Leila Shatara, Head of School, Noor-Ul-Iman School.

We were looking for an affordable and effective IT solution for our campus cybersecurity. The Security Operations Center-as-a-Service Grant provides advanced security supported by trained specialists and significantly reduces the possibility of cyber threats,” said Michael Klein, Director of Information Technology, Killingly Public Schools. 

“Data Security and Identity Assessment are some of our concerns. The IT Security and Vulnerability Assessment and SOC-as-a-Service Grants will help us implement a technology platform to minimize vulnerabilities and inefficiencies,” said Jorge Martinez, Director of Instructional/Information Technology, Valley View Independent School District. 

“The COVID-19 Pandemic has significantly affected the Education Sector resulting in a greater dependency on online learning and mobile workforce. Campus Consortium is pleased to support K-12 School Districts witcloud-based technology and tools to drive a modern and secure student learning experience,” said Karl Horvath, Ph.D., President at Campus Consortium.

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About Noor-Ul-Iman School

Noor-Ul-Iman School (NUI) is a private, non-profit educational organization recognized by the New Jersey Department of Education and accredited by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools. Established in 1993, the PreK-12th grade school is located on the premises of the Islamic Society of Central Jersey in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, United States.

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About Killingly Public Schools

Located about 15 miles south of Massachusetts, Killingly Public Schools enroll approximately 2,800 students that developed respected records of success in the fields of music, media, agriculture, technology, multicultural education, and sports.

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About Valley View Independent School District

Valley View Independent School District is a division 5A school located in Hidalgo/Pharr Texas area and is dedicated to the education and well-being of the students. Valley View is committed to the education of the students and offers advanced placement programs, counseling for higher education, after-school activities, and other school-related programs.

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About Campus Consortium

Founded in 2003, Campus Consortium is a leading non-profit education association with hundreds of higher education institutions and K-12 school district members. The Campus Consortium mission is to help members reduce the time, cost, and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared IT services, lessons learned, and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel when adopting new education technologies.

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