Student Technology

Our Mission

Student technology supports our mission of preparing students for college and beyond. 

As schools continue to evolve to meet the needs of modern society, IDEA Public Schools is strengthening its commitment to support students on the path to and through college by providing personal technology equipment to all scholars enrolled at IDEA. Our 1 to 1 program ensures every IDEA scholar is issued a Windows or Chromebook device at no cost to families. Additionally, we offer family resources to support scholars to continue learning at home. This includes access to Microsoft Office 365 Education apps, individualized learning apps, home internet access and remote technical support.

Student Account Access

Scholars can use their Microsoft student account and password to easily log in to their device and learning apps in Clever.

Start Learning on Any Device

Username: Student ID#  

Password: IdeaMMDDYY

1 to 1 Student Technology Equipment

IDEA aims to leverage 1:1 computer access to help students learn at home, close the homework gap, and ready to be successful in college, career, and a technology-centered world. Every IDEA scholar is issued the appropriate technology equipment to support the seamless delivery of quality instruction.


Pre-K - Kinder

Elementary Tech Device

Chromebook tablet or similar device


Pre-K - 8th

Middle School Tech Device

Chromebook 2-in-1 or similar device.


9th - 12th

College Prep Tech Device

Windows Laptop or similar device.

Individualized Learning Apps

Our individualized learning programs contribute to our mission by providing access to instructional technology resources that encourage the development of lifelong learning skills such as self-agencyself-regulationself-efficacy, problem solving, and social engagement.​

Student Home Internet Access

To ensure student success with our 1:1 Program, families must have the tools and resources needed to keep devices working properly. We know reliable internet at home is essential to extend the learning day, help students complete their homework and boost the home-to-school connection. IDEA recommends the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program for households that may be struggling to afford home internet service.