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Every year, K12 school districts face challenges related to device damages and losses. Damage protection plans offer a solution to help mitigate the financial impact of device repair on school districts. In this blog, we will discuss a damage protection plan, why K12 school districts need it, how to choose the right plan, and how to implement and maintain it.
A damage protection plan for school devices is coverage that protects school-owned devices, like laptop computers, tablets, and other electronic equipment, from accidental damages or loss. Coverage is usually provided by the manufacturer’s warranty, retailers, or third-party providers as an additional service or an extension of the device’s warranty.
Technical support for school devices typically covers unintentional damages, such as drops, spills, and other similar incidents. Coverage varies depending on the provider and plan. Some plans offer total replacement or repair of the covered item, while others may reimburse repair or replacement costs.
Lexicon Tech Solutions’ AlwaysLearning™ program ensures students always have a device to work with and repairs damage from students.
Damage protection is essential for schools that provide electronic devices to students for remote learning or use in the classroom. By having accidental damage protection, school districts can:
When choosing a damage protection plan for school devices, schools should carefully review the terms and conditions of the plan to ensure it meets their needs and provides adequate tech support.
Third-party providers, like Lexicon Tech Solutions, can offer a more comprehensive, tailored, and flexible solution in the following ways:
There are several important steps to ensure seamless integration into your school’s operations.
Damage protection is essential for K-12 school districts invested in electronic devices to support learning. With the increasing use of technology in education, accidental damage to these devices is inevitable.
Damage protection plans are a reliable solution to help mitigate these losses by providing financial coverage for physical damage and losses. K12 school districts must assess their needs, select the right damage protection plan, and implement and maintain it effectively to ensure they are adequately protected.
Lexicon Tech Solutions provides unlimited ADP, so you can rest assured that whatever your students throw at their devices, you have the needed warranty in place for repairs/replacement. When damage occurs, simply enter the device in RepairEngine®. We handle all warranty issues from there. We’ll submit the claim if the device is still covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. If not, you have full coverage under our Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) plan. Read more about ADP with Lexicon Tech Solutions here or contact us with questions.
ITAD is about getting rid of old or unwanted devices in a way that’s safe and environmentally friendly. Instead of wiping data and throwing away old computers, ITAD uses careful steps to make sure all data is completely gone.
Managing a school district’s IT assets extends beyond just inventory and encompasses every aspect of its lifecycle, from acquisition through to disposal.
IT Asset Lifecycle Management is the process of optimizing the purchase, deployment, maintenance, usage, and disposition of IT assets in an organization. In the case of school districts, these assets are typically student devices like laptops, tablets, or desktop computers.