“Educational continuity is a big responsibility, but — as 2020 made clear, IT pros dedicated to advancing student success through technology are equal to the task.”

Student talking with classmates remotely from home

More than 55 million K–12 students in the U.S. left the traditional classroom at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Multiple students on mobile devices learning

K–12 districts accessed an average of 1,413 educational technology tools in the spring of 2020.

K-12 student raising her hand in a remote learning class

87% of teachers believe their ability to use educational technology has improved at least somewhat.

A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, K–12 education still faces uncertainty. But one thing is clear: Schools must deliver the same quality of education whether students are at home, in other remote locations or in the traditional classroom.

Seamless experiences across learning environments

Read eye-opening anecdotes from education and IT pros, and explore the importance of:

Teacher helping student in classroom

Developing a strategic roadmap for educational technology and investing in digital solutions as a means to an end, rather than ends in and of themselves

Student on safe and secure mobile device outside of the classroom

Facilitating and maintaining safe, secure access to the school network across all devices and end users

Teacher using large display monitor in classroom with students

Supporting educational technology — its adoption, enablement and maintenance — with adequate financial resources

Student connecting to the internet and using cloud based applications at home for schoolwork assignments

Ensuring all end users have equal access to digital technology, the knowledge to use these tools and the support they need, when they need it

Continue your digital education journey.

Insight Public Sector collaborates with K–12 districts to create future-ready, accessible, secure IT environments.

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