New Facility Setup

Why Every New Charter School Facility Needs A Tech Plan

Whether you’re adding a new class, a new campus or starting a brand-new charter school, technology plans a key role in a successful opening. Taking the time to develop a strategic technology plan will help ensure that you have the right infrastructure and devices to support your overall educational goals.

Our experienced team of charter school IT professionals has helped countless schools expand. We know what it takes to grow – whether it’s a new class, site or brand-new school. We have both the strategic and on-site experience to design and implement the technology your school needs.

When setting up a new facility, our team of IT consultants first creates a comprehensive infrastructure plan for the telephone and internet systems. This covers the school’s access points, cabling and the set up of Main Distribution Frames (MDF) and Intermediate Distribution Frames (IDF).

The consultants also design the technology and equipment plan for each classroom and office. These plans cover equipment needs from speakers and phones to projectors and SmartBoards.

The Inspiroz team works with any relevant vendors to install all technology and equipment in the new facility and can provide ongoing support for staff, teachers and students.

 
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Inspiroz worked with Jersey City Global Charter School to expand their school from grades K-2 to seventh grade.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

We started working with Inspiroz early and it was a great thing. They were able to get in there beforehand and help bring our vision to life. It’s crucial to have all your technology figured out and aligned when starting a new school. It will save you a lot of time in the long run. It’s been awesome to have so much support so early on in the process.

Jeff Warren, Director of Operations
Believe Memphis Academy