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Chapter 5: School Environment

The Technology Factor: Nine Keys to Student Achievement and Cost-Effectiveness

Chart 5.4. Categorize your school to help us understand your school environment. (Q6)

School Classification by Student Access 38%

N: 986 34%

Read As • 38% of respondents report that each student does not have an assigned computing device but does have access to the student network through a unique student profile. • 34% of respondents report that many students have access to computing devices but most do not have continuous access. • At the other end of the spectrum, 4% of respondents report that each student has full-time use of a computing device only at school.

Demographic Highlights Each student has full-time use of a computing device at school.

9% 6% 4%

4%

• Schools in urban and second city areas are more likely than schools in suburban areas to report this. Students do not have assigned computers, but they each have a unique profile on the network.

Each student does not have an assigned computer but can access the school network and Internet via a unique student profile on a computing device throughout the day. Many of our students have access to computing devices throughout the school day, but most students do not have continuous access. Each student has full-time use of a computing device to use at both home and school or any other location. Some students in specific grades have access to a computing device throughout the school day, but we have not yet implemented access for all grades school-wide. Few students have access to computing devices throughout the school day. Each student has full-time use of a computing device only at school. Percentage of School Respondents Reporting

• Schools in the Central region are more likely than schools in the Northeast or West to report this. • Schools with very low minority percentages are more likely than schools with higher minority percentages to report this. Each student has full-time use of a computing device at both home and school. • Schools in the Southeast region are more likely than schools in the Northeast to report this. • Schools with secondary grades are more likely than schools with elementary grades to report this. • Schools with higher household incomes are more likely than schools with lower household incomes to report this.

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