In the U.S., 39% of middle school and 55% of high school students regularly use digital devices for school learning.
73% of Advanced Placement (AP) and National Writing Project (NWP) teachers incorporate mobile phone use into lessons. For Primary – University aged students (U.S.)
All school campuses have Wi-Fi networks – and the bigger the campus, the more individual networks. Wi-Fi makes sense for many applications, but a comprehensive wireless strategy includes Wi-Fi and cellular coverage.
Here are some advantages (over Wi-Fi) to covering your campus with a strong off-air cellular signal:
Coordinating transportation and keeping in touch with family, friends, and caregivers help families stay on schedule and know everyone is safe and where they are supposed to be.
Enhancing learning and enriching the classroom experience for students of all ages enable experiences and lessons that cannot come from a static book or lecture.
Sharing school activities with family and friends strengthens ties with the community, which leads to increased engagement with key stakeholders and media as well as more support for resources.
Providing access to modern conveniences while also backing up core administrative and data systems ensure access to the latest technology for work and everyday life.
Reliable cellular coverage enabled students and staff across the district’s elementary, middle, and high school to call 9-1-1 at any time and in any location inside the buildings.
Minimbah school solved its cellular coverage issues in the administration building, enabling staff and visitors to achieve reliable connectivity, including strong signal to operate the on-campus EFTPOS machine.
Lynn University no longer has groups of people needing to go outside to use their phones. With the improved coverage, everybody enjoys reliable voice and data inside any building on campus.
Get in touch with a Nextivity expert by filling out the form to the right. We are eager to deliver a strong, reliable signal to every corner of every building on your campus.