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Where We’re Going with Wireless

I wanted to write something thoughtful and insightful concerning our the installation of our new wireless network, but it’s not working for me. Instead, I’ll share the facts with where we’re at and let you consider the myriad possibilities coming our way.

The Bottom Line: We’ll have wireless access in all of our buildings after we complete this first phase of work.

This coordinator position sometimes brings out the killjoy in me, so I have to say that our first run won’t cover everything everywhere, but the nice thing about this network is that we can add to it. And we will add to it.

Our goal is an appropriate mobile device for every learner in our system, whether it comes from home or we provide it. (“Learner” means everyone . . . if you work here, you’re a learner in my book.)

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  1. Learner= Students and Teachers?

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