April 13, 2020
As a school district IT Admin or Leader, you are essential to America functioning in the unfortunate new normal—you operate the largest networks in the country and in your cities. None of us know when this is going to end but more and more districts are closing across the country for the remainder of the school year. After the initial shock, district IT staff have performed nothing short of a miracle to deploy distance learning while short on staff, devices, and budget. Thank you!
Now the question is, how can you go beyond today and plan for tomorrow? Many experts have expressed the possibility that this may become the new normal. In other words, when we get back in session, is there a potential for a “flare-up”. Do we then resort back to shelter in place and distance learning? What if there is another virus in a couple of years? How should your district prepare for the future?
Ensure your district is “pandemic-ready” for potential future shutdowns. Now is a GREAT time to prepare for it.
What you can do:
Now is the time to bring your district to the next level, technically. Good luck!
Topics: Distance Learning
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