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In one of the sessions on staffing the department, there was mention of an NAIS “approved” ratio for IT staff to devices. Can someone point me in the right direction, because I can’t see to convince Google to find it. Thanks.

 

Alex J Podchaski
Director of Technology

Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child 
44 Blackburn Rd, Summit, NJ 07901
Tel 908-522-8159 | http://www.oakknoll.org

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Message from greene@glenelg.org

I went to NAIS’ PGP for technology list and didn’t see any such reference. But if you search “Technology Staffing” on the site, you will find a 2007 article that says a school of 1100 students should have a staff of 6: http://www.nais.org/about/article.cfm?ItemNumber=145731 Not sure if this is what was referenced. There’s also some interesting insight in this Tim Fish/Albert Throckmorton article: “Guiding Principles for Technology Funding” (http://www.nais.org/about/article.cfm?ItemNumber=145488). Would love to see that one updated!

 

 

Celine M. Greene

Academic and Information Technologies Specialist

 

 

 

 

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