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Future Ready Schools: Building Technology Infrastructure for Learning

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To provide students with the education they need to thrive in a globally connected world, we must find ways to design, fund, acquire, and maintain the infrastructure that will make connectivity a reality for every teacher and student in every classroom.
Future Ready Schools: Infrastructure guide
 

The Future Ready Schools: Building Technology Infrastructure for Learning guide provides practical, actionable information intended to help district leaders (superintendents, principals, and teacher leaders) navigate the many decisions required to deliver cutting-edge connectivity to students. It presents a variety of options for district leaders to consider when making technology infrastructure decisions, recognizing that circumstances and context vary greatly from district to district.

Superintendents discuss how and why they are connected, and why they believe their students must be connected during the May 2014 technical working group.

Additional Resources

Quick Reference Guide of Key Questions for Planning Technology Infrastructure: This quick reference guide includes questions that address many of the important considerations as you plan to bring and increase connectivity throughout your district and schools.

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