As you may already know, California’s governor set aside funding to assist schools with inadequate connectivity as they prepare to administer online assessments. The process began last summer with the identification of poorly connected school sites. Bids were received to serve these sites in accordance with E-rate requirements and contracts have been awarded.
Cost Analysis for Last Mile Upgrades. In order to estimate the cost of upgrading the last mile infrastructure of all K-12 public schools in California to a specified level, a cost estimator tool was created. This tool can be used to estimate the costs of external transport circuits and associated core equipment. The tool consists of an array of formulas that allow for calculations to be carried out in spreadsheet format to generate cost values based on input numerical values of key assumptions as described below.
The supplement to our report released February 27, 2015, Connecting California’s Children 2015: Findings and Observations is being released today. The report can be found at this link.
In response to Governor Brown’s direction and funding to address critical infrastructure needs, the California Department of Education has released information on the Broadband Infrastructure Improvement Grant program (BIIG). Click here for a link to the announcement.
Episodes of the Infinite Thinking Machine are now available on Brokers of Expertise!
The California K-12 High Speed Network (K12HSN) is pleased to share its latest Program Update, where you'll find more information about the most recent network upgrades, the release of our 2013 Annual Report, as well as the FCC's recent Public Notice seeking more focused comments on E-rate.
You will also learn more about a couple of new content providers available in CaliQity, and the upcoming release of a new mobile interface, which will allow users to access CaliQity on all devices including tablets, phones, etc.
|2013 K12HSN Annual Report
Click here to access the 2013 K12HSN Annual Report