Merritt Public Schools: How a Rural Oklahoma District Developed its Digital Learning Program

Education Superhighway

100 kbps per student may have been sufficient bandwidth when there were only 520 students and few devices, but as the student population and technology use grew, so did the district’s need for more robust broadband.

Edtech Needs More Infrastructure, Educator Support in 2017


only to discover that there wasn’t adequate broadband to execute the lesson. Teachers are hungry for collaborative learning experiences as evidenced by the growth of Edcamps , and they need more opportunities to reflect on their practice, especially as it relates to the use of technology in the classroom. Editor’s Note: ‘Tis the season of giving, eating and reflecting, a time to look back on 2016 and to make bold predictions about what next year may hold.