Staying the Course of Learning: Broken Devices Can Derail Your Remote Learning Program
When remote learning became the primary (and sometimes only) way to educate our students, it suddenly became necessary for every student to have a device that always functions. Few school districts were completely prepared to make the transition to 100 percent remote learning. Most have experienced unexpected challenges along the way. However, one challenge is basic to the continuity of learning: To learn remotely, every student requires a device that functions properly at all times. When learners’ devices stop functioning properly, learning stops. Period. You need immediate, cost effective solutions for deployment, protection, service and device replacement. Here’s what you need to know.