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N4L's Managed Network rollout complete
“This is about providing schools and students across New Zealand with access to the vast world of learning resources available online."
Government helping NZ schools harness digital tech
To participate successfully in the future, young people today need to be learning a range of 21st Century digital skills.
Security policy: The first line of defence for your school’s network
Network security starts with people. Your people. Staff, teachers, administrators, visitors and anyone else who might have access to your network.
More Kiwi schools turn to N4L's Managed Network
John Hanna, N4L CEO, says he credits the survey’s positive responses to the company’s school-centric approach, and proactive approach to support.
Vector to enable more schools to connect to Govt's managed network
The Government has entered into a new agreement with Vector to enable more schools to access the N4L Managed Network, it was announced today.
2000th school to connect to government's managed network
“Fast connections and uncapped data are like heat and water. Every student should have as much as they need to achieve their best."
Why digital technologies are used for learning
Digital technologies offer new opportunities for teachers and education leaders, and new ways for parents and communities to contribute to learning.
Over 95% of schools signed up to Government's Managed Network
The government is investing more than $200m in this project, so that all state, state-integrated and partnership schools can have uncapped internet
500,000+ students & teachers using N4L's Managed Network
Schools across New Zealand are continuing to connect to the government-funded service well ahead of schedule.