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K-12 Deployment Patterns and Purchasing for Computing/Display Devices 2017

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  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 180 Pages
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K-12 Deployment Patterns and Purchasing Plans for Computing/Display Devices 2017 is the summative publication in a series of reports providing information on the choices schools are making as they implement more technology in their classrooms.

K-12 Deployment Patterns and Purchasing Plans for Computing/Display Devices 2017 provides information on:

  • the deployment of display technology, including interactive whiteboards, digital projectors and flat panel screens;
  • the deployment of device technology, including laptops, Chromebooks and tablet computers;
  • most popular brands of classroom technology; and
  • funding trends and future purchase plans.

K-12 Deployment Patterns and Purchasing Plans for Computing/Display Devices 2017 is based on a survey of educators during the 2016-2017 school year. Those educators included superintendents, district technology coordinators, district curriculum directors, principals and school technology coordinators.

Information Reported for the First Time in This Report Includes:

  • educators’ assessment of whether they have the infrastructure needed to support technology implementation;
  • areas where technology best fits with the needs of students and teachers;
  • emerging technologies educators say they plan to acquire; and
  • educators’ projections on whether technology funding will increase or decrease in the next five years.
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Methodology
Table 1: National Survey of K-12 Technology Usage Survey Sample Matrix By Job Title
Table 2: National Survey of K-12 Technology Usage Survey Sample Matrix By Grade Level
Table 3: National Survey of K-12 Technology Usage Survey Sample Matrix By District Size

Executive Summary

Introduction
Table 4: Profile of Computing Devices in K-12, 2013-2014

Results: Inventory of Display/Output Technology
Table 5: Average Number of Display/Output Devices By Category, District Responses
Table 6: Estimated Installed Base of Display/Output Devices By Type

Results: Digital Projector Brands
Table 7: Most Popular Digital Projector Brands

Results: Interactive Whiteboard Brands
Table 8: Most Popular Interactive Whiteboard Brands

Results: Digital Media Player Brands
Table 9: Most Popular Digital Media Player Brands

Results: Displays Projected
Table 10: Predicted Increases And Decreases for Display/Output Devices, By Device Type

Results: Ratio of Students to Computing Devices
Table 11: 2016-2017 Overall Ratio of Students to Computing Devices
Table 12: 2016-2017 Ratio of Students to Computing Devices, As Reported By Survey Subgroup
Table 13: Time Frame for Reaching the 1:1 Computing Goal

Results: Inventory of Desktops, Laptops & Chromebooks
Table 14: Estimated Number of Computing Devices By Type, 2016

Results: Laptop And Chromebooks Brands
Table 15: Most Popular Laptop Brands in K-12
Table 16: Most Popular Chromebook Brands in K-12
Table 17: Future Trends in Computer Deployment

Results: Inventory of Tablets & Other Mobile Devices
Table 18: Estimated Installed Base of Mobile Devices By Type

Results: Tablet Brands in K-12
Table 19: Most Popular Tablet Brands in K-12
Table 20: Tablet Brands Educators Plan to Buy

Results: Pros & Cons of Mobile Devices
Table 21: Obstacles Associated With Use of Mobile Devices

Results: Time Students Spend Using Devices
Table 22: Time Students Spend Using Computing Devices

Results: Schedule for Acquiring New Devices
Table 23: Schedule for Replacing/Acquiring Devices

Results: Sources of Technology Funding
Table 24: Funding Used to Purchase Classroom Technology

Results: Technology Spending Trends
Table 25: Technology Spending Changes, 2016-2017 School Year
Table 26: Technology Spending Changes, Average Next Five Years

Results: Effect of Technology Spending On Instructional Materials
Table 27: Subgroups Most And Least Likely to Divert Funds for Technology

Forecast: Trends in Infrastructure
Table 28: Level of Infrastructure

Forecast: Trends in Device Access
Table 29: Options for Deploying Computing Devices in Coming Years
Table 30: Does Byod Help Solve the Issue of Student Access to Computers?

Forecast: Plans to Add Emerging Technologies
Table 31: Plans to Acquire Newer Technologies

Conclusion
Table 32: Areas in Which Technology is Best Suited to Meet Needs of Students And Educators

Appendix

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