The education world is helping drive the cutting-edge 3G/4G technology movement: WiFi on school buses is starting to gain traction. School districts around the country are discovering that by installing the Cradlepoint COR IBR600, they can quickly and easily create a "rolling study hall" that is ideal for longer road trips, commutes to off-campus classes, etc.
The Prosser, Prescott, Clarkston, College Place, and Pomeroy school districts each implemented WiFi on one of their activity buses, with Prosser Superintendent Ray Tolcacher called the solution an "overwhelming success."
North Kansas City Schools
Recapturing lost instructional time had been a major conversation topic for North Kansas City Schools. To address the issue, the school district implemented the Cradlepoint COR IBR600 with integrated 4G LTE on four activity buses used for longer trips.
South Texas Independent School District
Students on the longest routes in the South Texas ISD can spend as much as four hours a day on the bus. Those students now have filtered WiFi, allowing them to study on the road.