Today’s classroom isn’t what it used to be. The e-learning market is growing rapidly, with some estimating a 14 percent year-over-year increase between 2019-2025, reaching as high as $350B by that time. And these forecasts came before the global pandemic began, which has fueled an unprecedented rise in online education across the country and world. California alone, for example, plans to serve over 1 million K-12 distant learners this fall.
Importantly, while distance learning is skyrocketing, it is just one component of the evolving and expanding digital classroom, which relies more than ever on a flawless network connection.