As K-12 education organizations have moved through the recent pandemic, they have introduced a radical — and effective — new way of bringing value-added learning to their students. Now, students can get access to high quality education, even if they are not physically present in the classroom, thanks to the innovative technologies that help make interactive education a reality.
Cloud computing has been increasingly linked to educational organizations as more schools strive to take advantage of increasing connectivity options through smartphones, laptops, desktop computers, and tablets. In fact, the market is set to explode upwards of $25 billion by 2021, an incredible surge from just $8 billion in 2016.
The last school year was one of the most impactful in higher education history. And the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt learning as colleges and universities continue to adjust to new health and safety strategies set forth by the government. The pandemic crisis forced educational organizations to pivot swiftly to keep both students and faculty apprised of ongoing changes, underscoring the importance of communication in this industry.
Student safety and security is the top priority for schools across the nation. That means not only physical safety, but also the safe use of the internet – digital security. Apparently, there are dangers lurking on the internet that target children. Cyberbullying, predators, phishing, and malware are all threats children face when they are online. Schools need to provide internet access, but they also need to keep students safe.
Cleveland school districts have a clear need to manage costs and improve the student experience. K-12 academic institutions often find themselves lagging behind in terms of technology, and it’s understandable – between shrinking budgets and increasing demands, it can be very challenging to meet every need.