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1/4/2016 10:35:00 AM

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How to Solve K-12’s New Mobility Power Requirements
There’s no doubt that technology offers today’s students opportunities to learn new things in new ways and that learning is optimized when students have their own personal devices. One-to-one and BYOD programs have grown in popularity over the last few years; Tech & Learning reports that by the 2013-14 school year 44 percent of K–12 U.S. schools had such programs, and that number is growing. This whitepaper outlines tips to assist in the careful planning around infrastructure scalability and how districts should consider power use when they design their future technology plans.
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