Infrastructure At School Report

Teachers’ and students’ access to technology at school is a prerequisite for 21st Century Learning. According to NCES, the ratio of students to computers in the classroom every day is 5.3 to 1. However, this is often not sufficient for transformative instruction to occur. Teachers who have difficulty getting access to high quality computers for students when needed are much less likely to plan and implement classroom activities that include digital communication, digital collaboration, digital creativity, and critical thinking. Students are digital natives who often have better access to technology outside of school as compared to inside. Here is our most recent scoring report in this area.

Infrastructure_At_School-2016-17.pdf, 141.02 KB; (Last Modified on June 6, 2017)