Many K-12 schools provide Chromebooks to their students as part of their 1:1 technology program. If your school is one of them, you know how huge your school’s investment in technology is. Maintaining your technology program could be an expensive burden without a protection program. Because if your school is responsible for repairing or replacing the Chromebooks issued to your students, you could be looking at unexpected and high costs in the event of accidental damage or loss.
Considering the risks of providing technology in a K-12 environment and the essential role these school devices have in students’ education, protecting your school’s investment in your 1:1 technology program should be a top priority. Thankfully, Worth Ave. Group offers K-12 Chromebook insurance that can help you protect your students’ devices, save school’s funds and keep your 1:1 device initiative effective.
Chromebook insurance offers protection against accidental damage to your devices that the manufacturer’s standard warranty doesn’t cover, including cracked screens, liquid spills, and drops. Besides accidental damage, Worth Ave. Group insurance plan also protects your Chromebooks against theft, fire, flood, and power surge.
Absolutely. Chromebooks are an indispensable part of the modern classroom, providing numerous benefits to students and educators. However, regardless of how much you supervise your students while using these devices or teach them to take care of them, device accidents can happen at any time – at school, at home, in the lunchroom, on the school bus, the playground, even when devices are in their backpacks!
Chromebooks are not immune to damage, while accidental damage leads to unplanned costs. Budgeting for these unforeseen costs can be challenging for any school, not to mention that your students will be missing a necessary tool to do classroom assignments or homework. That’s why Chromebook insurance is a perfect solution when these devices are intended for K-12 students, when the risk of damage is high, and when repairs and replacements are costly.
There is no doubt that school-issued Chromebooks need constant protection from accidental damage. Let’s face it: Students damage their devices all the time. You’ve probably heard it all before: I dropped my Chromebook while rushing to a class; I spilled water on my Chromebook; I stepped on my Chromebook while it was on the floor.
Now multiply these incidents by hundreds or even thousands of students and imagine their impact on your school’s budget. Without an insurance plan, a pile of broken Chromebooks means you will have to spend a lot of your school district’s funds on expensive repairs or replacements. And parents have enough on their plate, don't let the burden fall on them either. You can avoid all these expenses with a Chromebook insurance plan from Worth Ave. Group since it covers common accidents, so you don’t have to use budget funds to repair or replace students’ devices.
But that’s not all. Besides the fact that it helps you save resources, Chromebook insurance also gives you peace of mind. Because broken devices cause lots of worries to K-12 administrators: they have to figure out where to repair them, how to pay for the repair, how to get the devices back in the hands of students quickly, or find replacements for those beyond repair or stolen as fast as possible. With an insurance policy from Worth Ave. Group, you can rest easy knowing that your insurance company will take care of all these things.
Worth Ave. Group insurance plan covers all Chromebook makes and models, regardless of whether they are new, used, or refurbished, on the following losses:
Worth Ave. Group insurance plan provides comprehensive coverage, but it doesn’t cover things like:
Worth Ave. Group understands the investment K-12 schools make in their 1:1 technology program and the risks of distributing devices in a school environment. As part of our mission to ease the burden of maintaining your 1:1 device initiative, as well as to help you get Chromebooks back in the hands of students faster, our insurance plan features:
K-12 administrators looking to insure a group of Chromebooks can get an online quote on: