Infrastructure Survey

CoSN is pleased to release the fifth annual Infrastructure Survey in partnership with AASA, The School Superintendents Association, MDR, and Forecast5 Analytics to assess the current state of broadband and technology infrastructure in U.S. school systems. The survey gathered insights from K-12 school administrators and technology directors nationwide, to assess key areas of concern for school districts, including affordability, network speed and capacity, reliability and competition, digital equity, security and cloud-based services. 

 

The CoSN 2017 Infrastructure Survey highlights the progress and the remaining challenges schools face in an effort to increase broadband connectivity and Wi-Fi in classrooms.  
 
"Providing robust broadband connectivity for all students in and outside of school is a critical issue for school technology leaders.  CoSN’s latest report signifies that most schools meet the short-term FCC broadband connectivity goal. However, more work and investment are needed over the long run to address the high costs of increasing connectivity and address the digital equity challenge" - Tom Ryan, Ph.D., CTO, Santa Fe Public Schools (NM)
 
 
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