EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fifth in a series examining how local school districts are handling instruction in the era of COVID-19. The sixth story will appear in next week’s edition.
When Tom Walker became the director of technology for the Massac Unit 1 School District, he had two goals in mind: eliminate in-house services and servers and get better internet service to school buildings and the district office.
That foresight has provided a technology backbone that can better handle instruction in the era of COVID-19.
“We couldn’t have done this five years ago, even if we had unlimited sources of money,” he said of the current education situation.