Networks

Articles: Networks

The main goal of President Barack Obama’s ConnectED initiative is to shift funding from outdated technology to build broadband and Wi-Fi networks to give all schools high-speed internet access.
6/12/2014
Alison DeNisco
What administrators need to know to boost access
At Madison County Schools in Alabama, technology coordinator Tom Whitten, above on left, meets with his IT team to solve bandwidth issues in the district’s schools.
3/20/2014
Nancy Mann Jackson
District leaders tackle bandwidth demand with different solutions
3/20/2014
Nancy Mann Jackson
Tips including empowering leaders, sharing a vision and providing technical support
The Oyster River Cooperative School District in Durham, N.H., recently upgraded to gigabit wired connectivity and replaced its legacy Wi-Fi with Aruba Networks. Above, Carolyn Eastman, assistant superintendent, meets with IT Director Joshua Olstad.
1/21/2014
Matt Zalaznick
How districts can prepare technology for Common Core assessments and beyond

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