Play TV Your Way & Cast 4K
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Panel Display 65" Wide Screen
1 RF Input (Antenna/Cable)
10W x 2 Audio Output Invisible Speakers Dolby Digital
65" Ultra HD Direct LED 4K Display
Displays & Visual Learning for Classrooms
Impressive Display & Technology
Quality Active Colours
The properties of LED lighting produce a wider colour spectrum than other flat TV technologies. This is especially true with premium direct LED TVs like the 4K 65" DLED UHD TV by Sector 5.
High Brightness Levels
Having an array of LED lights driving the picture can really boost brightness levels, to the point where some direct LED images look positively luminous.
- Safe and efficient with a stunning display.
- Energy efficient
- Direct LED technology
- Slim design
- Includes a stand
Guaranteed for Life
Guaranteed for life—all displays come with a 3 year warranty (charging units include a lifetime warranty and optional additional year warranties).
Free tech support—with Sector 5 Inc. you get more than a display, you get a dedicated support team available 24/7.
SHIPS FREE—we'll ship your display free to NV, CA and AZ. Short lead times—displays in stock, and ready to ship in 48 hours.
Our experienced staff will help you determine your classroom or business display needs. Our displays are a must have for EdTech classrooms and Fortune 500 institutions.
Future of STEM
“The future of the economy is in STEM,” says James Brown, the executive director of the STEM Education Coalition in Washington, D.C. “That’s where the jobs of tomorrow will be.” Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) support that assertion. Employment in occupations related to STEM—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—is projected to grow to more than 9 million between 2012 and 2022. That’s an increase of about 1 million jobs over 2012 employment levels.
Progress for America's Children
Every child in America deserves an education that opens opportunities—especially the opportunity to join a thriving middle class. Yet, too many children—particularly those in poverty—lack access to the education and supports that make the journey to the middle class possible. The Trump Administration is committed to ensuring that every child has that opportunity. The high school graduation rate is at its highest point in history, in large part due to increases in the number of African-American and Hispanic students receiving diplomas. Since 2008, dropout rates are down steeply for African-American, Hispanic, and low-income young people, and college attendance by minorities has jumped sharply.
Science Laboratories & Classrooms
Science workers study the physical and natural world through observation and experimentation. “Science is a lens to interpret the world,” says Julie Herrick, a volcanologist at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. “My job is to expand knowledge.” Science workers can also inform public policy, such as by providing data to support limits on the use of toxic chemicals.
What is STEM?
There is no universally agreed-upon definition of STEM. Experts generally do agree, however, that STEM workers use their knowledge of science, technology, engineering, or math to try to understand how the world works and to solve problems. Their work often involves the use of computers and other tools.
Technology work connects people, making all forms of communication—including business transactions, video sharing, and mobile browsing—faster and less expensive. The work often involves designing, testing, maintaining, and improving computer software, hardware, systems, and networks. “The goal is not only to solve a problem, but also to make that problem easier to solve in the future,” says Dan Parsons, an IT manager in Portland, Oregon.
Engineers and engineering technicians use math, science, and technology to solve real-world problems. “Engineering makes things better and cheaper for everyone,” says Patrick Holm, a project civil engineer in Olympia, Washington. “Without it, we couldn’t live in the kind of society we know—with bridges, clean water, and cars.”
Disciplines in engineering are often categorized by industry, such as aerospace, petroleum, or textiles. Major disciplines include civil, mechanical, industrial, electrical, and materials engineering.
Math workers use numerical, spatial, and logical relationships to study and solve problems. For example, an operations research analyst helps organizations identify practices that improve efficiency, and a mathematical technician applies standard formulas to technological problems in engineering and physical sciences.
Mathematics is the technical foundation for science, engineering, and technology. The work often involves finding patterns in data or abstract logic. These patterns can be used to draw general conclusions about data, to test mathematical relationships, and to model the real world. Disciplines in math include algebra, statistics, calculus, game theory, and geometry.
Hottest Trends in Education Technology
In an interview with conservative network TheBlaze, Massie said that he introduced the bill while the Senate was voting on DeVos' confirmation. "Look, the Department of Education doesn’t have a single school room and it doesn't have a single teacher teaching anything there," he told the interviewer. "What it has is 4,500 bureaucrats making an average salary of $105,000 apiece each year, dictating to states what the students there will learn and how they will learn it. But in terms of funding, it makes up less than 10 percent of our nation's primary and secondary school funding." In some states, he added, it's as little as 4 percent of the funding. "I'm not saying to cut funding for students and teachers. I'm saying there will be more funding -- and it will be spent more wisely if you leave it in the states instead of taking it to Washington, D.C. and creating these lifetime careers for bureaucrats."
Every Students Succeeds Act (ESSA)
ESSA includes provisions that will help to ensure success for students and schools. Below are just a few. The law:
Advances equity by upholding critical protections for America's disadvantaged and high-need students. Requires—for the first time—that all students in America be taught to high academic standards that will prepare them to succeed in college and careers. Ensures that vital information is provided to educators, families, students, and communities through annual statewide assessments that measure students' progress toward those high standards. Helps to support and grow local innovations—including evidence-based and place-based interventions developed by local leaders and educators—consistent with our Investing in Innovation and Promise Neighborhoods Sustains and expands this administration's historic investments in increasing access to high-quality preschool. Maintains an expectation that there will be accountability and action to effect positive change in our lowest-performing schools, where groups of students are not making progress, and where graduation rates are low over extended periods of time.