Wi-Fi connectivity the tip of the technology iceberg for K-12 schools
from Network World
It's been about two years since the FCC modernized E-rate, which is the funding program for K-12 schools to buy technology. Prior to the revamp of the program, E-rate funded a number of legacy technologies, such as modems, broadband and pagers. E-Rate has now shifted to helping schools build better in-building experiences, with much of the funding directed at Wi-Fi. There's a certain degree of urgency for schools to get Wi-Fi deployed, but when making a Wi-Fi purchase, K-12 decision makers need to consider more than just connectivity.
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