While the connectivity divide has been present in education long before the Covid-19 pandemic struck, virtual learning and hybrid classrooms have brought internet connectivity to the forefront of the EdTech industry. As a result, the interest in mobile network connectivity, such as 4G, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and 5G within K-12 has gained further momentum, triggered by the move towards distance learning and the long-term plans for a hybrid teaching model. This report provides an assessment of the opportunity for mobile connected devices in the K-12 market over the coming five years.
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