The pandemic highlighted the critical need for all students to have devices and sufficient bandwidth. As we look ahead to a return to full-time in-person learning in the fall, there is still a need to ensure students are fully engaged in digital learning, both in the classroom and at home.
During this lively conversation, Carl Hooker, author and EdTech guru, and Dr. Margareth Legaspi, NetRef’s Chief Education Strategy Officer and former state education leader in the District of Columbia, will:
- Examine internet access as a barrier to educational equity
- Review how NetRef’s new Internet Bandwidth Report can help identify students who may need alternative digital learning options and be eligible for supports like the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program
- Discuss the role internet bandwidth and usage data can play in everything from guiding instruction and improving student engagement to informing PD and budgeting for EdTech
- Showcase NetRef’s robust learning analytics reports and how they can be used by IT, administrators and teachers
Join us to preview how NetRef can support equitable digital learning in your school or district, and for the opportunity to try NetRef free this summer.