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In order to realize the promise of blended and personalized learning at the student level, school leaders need to establish system-level conditions that support educators, students, and staff. Explore our collection of strategies, advice, and tools for leaders to tackle barriers and establish the conditions necessary for effective blended learning at scale.

Technology Infrastructure

Desktops, laptops, and tablets play a necessary role in the successful implementation of high-quality blended learning. These devices serve as conduits for information, content, software, and collaboration in a blended environment. But these tools can only be successful if schools have sufficient internet connectivity, and the cost of device and service procurement and maintenance is sustainable. In addition, data must be shareable and accessible to educators, but kept safe from outside risks. 

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  • Connectivity
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  • Procurement
  • Data Interoperability
  • Security
  • Data Privacy
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