Extracurricular :: For technologists who do their homework

Large-district (4,000-plus students) technology coordinators speak out on their experienceswith a fundamental component of the 21st-century school system: internet access.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • SCHOOLS RELIANT ON STATE NETWORKS
  • T-1, T-3 MOST POPULAR TYPES OF ACCESS
  • INFREQUENT INTERRUPTIONS
  • BANDWIDTH LEVERAGED BY RESTRICTING APPLICATIONS

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(Percentages may add up to 100 due to rounding.)

—Data courtesy of Jeanne Hayes (The Hayes Connection)and Tom Greaves (The Greaves Group).

Read about the full report, "America’s Digital Schools 2006: A Five-Year Forecast," at here.

This article originally appeared in the 10/01/2007 issue of THE Journal.

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