School District Administrator Information Form

School Device Coverage offers full coverage insurance programs that protect your district’s investment in the 1:1 educational technology devices that are deployed to students. We provide coverage on school issued laptops, iPads, Chromebooks, and more.

Using an algorithm based on our 30 year history of providing insurance solutions, School Device Coverage is able to create custom coverage programs engineered to protect your district’s technology investment, with rates that are both economical, and sustainable for the long run. We do not participate in bait and switch practices, enticing new districts with unsustainably low pricing during the initial year, only to raise them significantly in the following years. Our rates are affordable, and most importantly --- sustainable.

Please take a moment to fill out the questions below and hit submit. One of our licensed agents will contact you to learn more about your district, and your 1:1 program, so that we can provide you with some details on what we can do for you. Keep in mind, our program design is based on your needs. Once you describe your ideal solution, we will crunch the data and provide you with a great solution.

Whether the district intends to purchase insurance directly, or the district’s parents are given the option to purchase, we have a solution for you and your 1:1 computing program.


District Contact Information:


For general questions call 1 (888) 978-3515 between 7:00am and 5:00pm Pacific Standard Time, Monday through Friday. It is currently 11:58am in California.

Learn more about how School Device Coverage can help your district HERE!

Questions about the policy?
support@schooldevicecoverage.com

Questions about claims?
claims@schooldevicecoverage.com

Main Phone: 888-978-3515

Speak With An Agent : 818-483-8571

Fax:
1 (818) 971-3325

Insurance Licenses: #2E61972 #0E61972

Tustin Unified School District provides K-12 education to 24,000 students

Michele Marasca spoke with Garrett Kerr, Tustin Unified School District's coordinator of educational technology, to discuss some of the ins and outs of their highly successful 1:1 program.