Tag Archives: wi-fi in schools

Connecting with Funding

What’s happening and what’s ahead for 2017 E-rate. GUEST COLUMN | by Cathy Cruzan E-rate has come a long way, and in the past four years funding has been restored for school and library connections. This year marks my 20th … Continue reading

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Laying the Groundwork

FCC’s E-Rate program closes the Wi-Fi gap and opens up digital learning environments. GUEST COLUMN | by Shane Buckley Over the next several years, the education industry will see a major shift. The implementation of new standards, the move to … Continue reading

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Evaluating Wireless Needs

Three questions to ask before selecting a K-12 Wi-Fi solution. GUEST COLUMN | by Jason King Mobile devices are instrumental in creating an innovative and interactive educational experience in today’s classrooms. To support these advanced digital tools, K-12 IT staff … Continue reading

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Great Connectivity Expectations

Keys to unlocking the most value from new e-rate funding. GUEST COLUMN | by Jason King As many children and teachers head back to school, they are bringing with them a plethora of wireless devices to use as educational tools … Continue reading

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Why Not Wi-Fi?

District-wide wi-fi optimizes education for the Arcadia Unified School District. GUEST COLUMN | by David Hsieh The Web offers a surplus of knowledge and information at the click of a button. It can be used to access projects, communicate with … Continue reading

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