Computer repair program for an all-digital school

All-digital (K-12) schools provide students with laptops or tablets that help prepare them for a real world environment. At the same time, although providing high rewards, they also come with high risks such as embracement from all teachers, students, and parents, financing to purchase new digital devices every 3-4 years and networking equipment, and even additional technical support for all applications used by the students and teachers. Many all-digital schools running into these risks are abandoning the program due to financial obligations and technical support. After the financial and implementation efforts to go all-digital, districts must find additional means to maintain the success of the program. This project illustrates some opportunities that arise due to the risks of an all-digital school and how it may be beneficial to the district and students alike.