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Jamf School Apple mobile device management (MDM) for schools

Education-focused management and security for school IT admins, teachers and parents.
Children work together in a classroom on iPads managed by Jamf School.

Purpose-built Apple MDM for schools

Empower teachers, parents and students— inside and outside of the classroom.

Jamf School’s web-based interface provides the best learning experience for students. Deploying, managing and securing Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple TV has never been simpler.

Learn about Jamf School's StateRAMP Ready status.

Who uses Jamf?

of the
Top 16

Best school districts in the U.S. as ranked by Niche

of the
Top 10

Largest U.S. school districts as ranked by Niche

of the
Top 10

Best global universities as ranked by US News and World Report

of the
Top 11

Best U.S. national universities as ranked by US News and World Report

*As of December 31, 2023

Don't meet expectations; exceed them.

Jamf School offers:

Dashboard — Keep track of managed devices, users and apps.
Classroom Management — Drag and drop apps, content and restrictions.
iBeacon Profile Assignment — Students gain automatic access to subject-specific materials.
Incident System — Keep track of device damage and problems.
Locations — Manage each location and its devices, users and groups.
Content caching — Download files that will be used by multiple students.
App request — Teachers can request apps, which are then shared with IT admins.

Keep students focused, engaged and on track.

Keep teachers in control of their classrooms and parents in charge of their students.

Jamf focuses on learning first and then builds the best tech to support it.

Jamf Teacher app gives teachers the tools to manage their classrooms.

Jamf Student app gives students restricted permissions over their own devices.

Jamf Parent app uses the power of MDM to provide management controls for parents.

Jamf Assessment app enables live proctoring of web-based assessment exams and displays a camera view and the exam itself.