Last month we talked about the 2016 K-12 IT Leadership Survey Report, which is an annual survey and publication presented by the Consortium for School Networking (COSN). There were a number of interesting results from this survey, including these top three findings:
1. Broadband and network capacity is the top priority for IT leaders, replacing assessment readiness (which for the first time failed to make the top three).
2. Privacy and security of student data is an increasing concern for IT leaders, with 64 percent saying they are more important than they were last year.
3. Nearly 90 percent of respondents expect their instructional materials to be at least 50 percent digital within the next three years.
COSN provided a nice infographic that summarizes the top 10 findings.