The advent of new technologies and increased access to robust connectivity is reshaping the K-12 landscape for teaching and learning. School districts nationwide are leveraging digital instructional materials and resources to deliver transformative and impactful personalized learning opportunities for students and to enhance the administrative coordination of school business. Educators are striving to meet the needs of the modern workforce including the need to develop life-long learners that can adapt to ever changing jobs and careers as technology continues to disrupt the digital age workplace. A robust infrastructure enables schools to expand learning options, empowering students to create content, participate in virtual courses that may not be available on their campuses, and to collaborate with experts or other students remotely.
SETDA advocates for equitable, reliable, robust broadband access both on and off campus to prepare all students for life and work and and has provided authoritative reports that are used by national and state organizations. Learn more!
Broadband Imperative III
Broadband Imperative II
Broadband Imperative I