As more and more academic resources become available on the World Wide Web, classroom Internet connections are a useful indicator of the instructional resources available to students. This graph provides you with the percentage of classrooms in your school that are connected to the Internet, as well as district and state averages for Internet-connected classrooms.
In addition to knowing the percentage of classrooms connected to the Internet in your school, you might want to ask your school principal or the school's technology leader the following questions:
Ask your school principal for help in understanding instructional priorities and the distribution of instructional resources at your school. For technical information about how this data was gathered, see the Data Sources & Information Guide. For more information about instructional technology in North Carolina, visit the NC Department of Public Instruction's Instructional Technologies Division website.