Case Study: School District Brings the Classroom Home for All Students
With almost 3,100 students in its school district, Pittsburg Community Schools in southeast Kansas faced a significant challenge last year in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Many of its students lacked reliable internet connections at home and couldn’t access remote learning materials.
The school district needed to provide stable, secure connections in order to for students and staff to access online classes, stream video, and participate in key educational programming.
However, many options were not ideal. Mi-Fi hotspots were too expensive for many families. Long-range Wi-Fi could be unreliable. Modems in parked buses were inconvenient and disruptive, requiring students to work nearby, either outside or in parked cars, often in inclement weather.
To find out how Pittsburg solved its connectivity issues, download this new case study, “School District Brings the Classroom Home for All Students.”