Building a Wireless Bridge — Keeping Schools Connected for Distance Education

September 3, 2020 Jake Alger

Solving the problem of Internet access is just one step toward being able to continue education safely this fall, but it is a crucial step. Cradlepoint has a range of solutions that will help you take that step easily, along with attractive programs just for education.

This webinar will explore:

— How to provide connectivity for students or teachers working or learning from home even if they lack broadband.

— How to provide connectivity for students or teachers who need connectivity in public areas outside their home such as parking lots or school buses.

— Other approaches that have been taken by school districts to bridge the digital divide and ensure that learning can continue uninterrupted.

(Recorded Aug. 14, 2020 — 25 mins)

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