As more are going digital, robust connectivity is essential to maximizing the advantages of new learning environments. The past few years have seen considerable change for technology in schools. Affordability, network speed, capacity, reliability, and competition continue to affect Internet connectivity. Cloud-based services, security, and digital equity are fast becoming significant factors for education leaders and technology coordinators to consider. In August of 2016, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) collaborated with AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and education researchers at MDR to survey school system leaders regarding the current state of broadband and technology infrastructure in U.S. school systems.
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