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Examining Classroom Connectivity

CDW-G surveyed 400 IT professionals from K–12 public school districts and private schools to build the “CDW-G K-12 Connected Heat Map” (www.k12heatmap.com) to show wired and wireless connectivity state by state.
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CDW-G surveyed 400 IT professionals from K–12 public school districts and private schools to build the “CDW-G K-12 Connected Heat Map” (www.k12heatmap.com) to show wired and wireless connectivity state by state. Here’s what they found:

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1. What are your plans to improve your wired connectivity in the next three years? (Respondents were asked to select all that apply.)

● 61% Increasing bandwidth
● 47% Improving/implementing network management
● 46% Increasing budget
● 36% Refreshing network
● 22% Using E-Rate

2. What are your plans to improve your wireless connectivity in the next three years? (Respondents were asked to select all that apply.)

● 52% Increasing bandwidth
● 41% Increasing budget
● 40% Increasing number of access points on the network
● 35% Refreshing network
● 33% Improving/implementing network management

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