What is normal for school technology? Educational Technology in Public School Districts is a difficult-to-read-but-cool-once-you-spend-some-time-looking-at-it sort of thing.
Some comparative data for our school (this is in comparison to districts with enrollment less than 2,500 students)
Type of internet connection
We have a T3, which is shared by 4% of other schools of our size. 83% of schools our size have either a T1 or direct fiber.
Reduntant internet connection
Only 16% of schools have a reduntant connection - we are not in this percentage!
What do we do with older computers
92% of schools our size recycle / dispose old computers - this is exactyl what we do
83% of schools our size offer server space for for posting their own webpages or class materials
57% of schools our size offer course management and delivery software
46% of schools our size offer remote access to school or district software
30% of schools our size offer email access
85% of schools our size offer electronic storage space
80% of schools our size offer online library access
66% of schools our size offer online access to databases
50% of schools our size opportunities for distance learning
the list goes on and on….interesting for developing an idea about where your school stands in comparison to other schools.
Published on Wednesday, January 13, 2010 (9 years, one month, and one week ago). Posted in: Educational Tech Leadership