Our products help schools overcome very different communication challenges, are simple-to-use, offer long term savings and are proven to be effective in study after study.
I had the great opportunity to visit the classrooms of three spectacular teachers at Piedmont Middle School, in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our crew was out filming the staff’s and teachers’ stories about FrontRow and, beyond the positive product feedback, I walked away with a renewed admiration for the craft of teaching.
Powerful, teacher-created online instruction can be part of your school's daily routine — in literally minutes. Administrators are excited about 'flipped classrooms' because teachers using this model often get dramatically better outcomes.
Whether it’s the extra daylight we get or the fact that everything around us in in bloom, spring has been proven to have positive effects on our wellbeing
Many schools use networked systems daily for paging, intercom, and bells. But only in the last several years have they recruited networked technology to support crisis situations where clear communication and speed are critical.
April is National Autism Awareness Month and it is an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year.
Since 1963, FrontRow has become a daily key feature of over 15,000 schools globally, providing classroom sound systems to overcome a problem most people aren’t even aware.
Our classroom audio, education technology solutions, and campus AV/control systems play a key role in over 15,000 schools and now we have garnered another industry-wide honor: EdTech Digest’s Award for Best Presentation Solution.
This week we are at the annual Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) #LearningForward Conference at booth #619 of the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan!
FrontRow began life in 1963 as Phonic Ear, a company focused on the needs of students with hearing impairment and their parents, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and teachers of the deaf and hard-of-hearing.