The infographic prepared by the Institute of College Credits analyses the access to digital devices among American students.
In public schools, the ratio of students to computers (internet access) is 3 to 1. 100% of students use these devices to connect to the internet at schools. At homes, students mostly use their mobile phones (88%), and personal computers (77%).
The most interesting part of the chart lists recommendations to fund high-access environments:
- state or district provided
- parent-pay model
- mixed model, including state technology funds, and a leasing plan
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