Published: 09/11/2017 Full Study Price: US$ 1,000
Deployment of Desktops, Laptops and Chromebooks in K-12 Schools 2017 covers computing devices in U.S. K-12 schools, examining how much students use these devices in an average school day. Particular attention is payed to the shift from desktop computers to laptops and Chromebooks, as well as to the most popular laptop and Chromebook brands.
The report examines whether K-12 schools are spending more on hardware, and how this spending impacts additional funding for instructional materials. Focus is also given to the sources that schools tap when purchasing new technology.
Deployment of Desktops, Laptops and Chromebooks in K-12 Schools 2017 is the third report in a 2017 publication series on technology in K-12 education, which is based on a survey of educators conducted during the 2016-2017 school year. Surveyed educators include superintendents, district & school technology coordinators, district curriculum directors, and principals. Survey responses are cross-tabulated by job title, grade level, school type, region, and other variables in order to comprehensively represent the market for technology in K-12 schools.