Two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the K-12 landscape is still transforming. With the extension of the Emergency Connectivity Fund into June 2023, now is the time for school districts to accelerate progress toward their long-term technology goals.
In 2020, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic revealed that the education technology resources accessible to students outside of the classroom environment were often insufficient. But, when students have everything they need to learn in the way that works best for them, powerful learning possibilities open up.
In our recent webinar, Educational Infrastructure for the Next Generation, we discussed our new partnership with Samsung and Google to help solve the unique, evolving needs of K-12 schools. Through our commitment to helping schools transform teaching and learning, we strive to enable every leader, empower every educator, equip every student and foster a successful, growing future for our education system.
Together, Insight Public Sector and our partners recognize that the challenges facing public education are not just limited to a lack of accessible connectivity. Additional challenges include limited funding to provide adequate equipment, as well as deploying and managing available equipment to provide students with access to vital resources.
To address these challenges, we’ve worked with our partners to develop unique offerings that center the needs of K-12 schools. Are you looking to update your infrastructure? We’ll create an Emergency Connectivity Bundle — which can include devices, connectivity services, and lifecycle services — to match your unique student, teacher, and staff needs.
The benefits of an Emergency Connectivity Bundle include:
Learn more about how Insight and our partners can help you foster a brighter academic future by signing up for our on-demand webinar here.
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