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Technology Plan

created using Flow 2 Report template
published by Jason Dennhardt

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Tech Future Plan

More Devices for More Students

steps to get there

STEP 1

Improve wireless infrastructure through-out district to handle large volume of devices across varying spectrum of users

CONCLUSION OF THE FLOW:

Nothing is possible without infrastructure first

STEP 2

STEP 3

Professional development for staff members on using devices effectively in the classroom

Purchase and deploy devices in selected grade levels

Student Devices Wired vs. Wireless

Number of classrooms in which all students do not have access to a device is much greater

Current State

Timetable

STEP 3:

STEP 1:

STEP 2:

Update Wireless Summer 2016

Professional Development for Selected Teachers Fall 2016 - Summer 2017

Device Deployment Fall 2017 - Fall 2020

Quote from TC Networks - Dubuque, IA

E-Rate Infrastructure Project Reimbursements

Aerohive access points utilize a distributed control plane to maximize the available bandwidth. Intelligent load balancing, band steering, mesh distribution, fast & secure layer 2/3 roaming, dynamic RF control, spectrum monitoring and other services ensure that the access points continually adapt to your environment to protect your investment.

Rate based on Free\Reduced Lunch % & Urban or Rural Status

Which Wireless Technology?

Wireless Project Breakdown

SOURCES: aerohive.com

The number of wireless devices our network can handle will increase nearly 4x with the new technology. Allowing for secure student Wifi and guest Wifi in all areas of our buildings.

How Many Wireless Devices Can the Network Handle?

$81,068.41

40% = $32,427.36