Survey shows school leaders are not confident in capacity of networks


networks-schools-common-coreA majority of school districts feel that their networks are not equipped to handle the demand that online assessments--a key part of the Common Core State Standards--will require, according to a survey conducted by Enterasys, a wired and wireless infrastructure company.

Seventy-three percent of survey respondents said they are "not very confident" that their current networks will be able to support the capacity needs of Common Core State Standards assessment.

In addition, 67 percent said they are "not very confident" that their current...

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