I am not sure what you are asking here. Please can you elaborate about what your issues and concerns are?
I can say initially that if you have deployed with an AP per classroom it is likely that things have not been done optimally.
See the following link for a great explanation of this: http://www.wlanpros.com/one-ap-per-classroom-approach-wrong/
Exactly one year ago I inherited an entire school district Aerohive deployment of around 575 AP’s. I’ve done the best I can to learn Aerohive and acquire help from support in order to perfect a Aerohive environment consisting of several SSID’s and flat networks. Long story short, I have made my wireless network a lot better from when it was given to me but they’re still a few things I need to fix and I’m hoping to have it done by the end of the school year.
So far all my K-8 schools have been doing significantly better but I have certain clients on Lenovo laptops that report they have Wireless connectivity but are not able to access anything on the LAN or internet. When tested you cannot ping the users device and the Client monitor doesn’t report any issues, because the HMOL believes it is still connected, and last but not least when I run a Speed test it reports more upload speeds vs. downloads speeds 75% of the time.
K-8 Notes config
With Area maps Channels 1,6,11 have been manually set accordingly.
2.4 Ghz is “Administratively down” in every other classroom.
2.4 Ghz dBm power set to 3 and 5 Ghz dBm power set to 6
Guest (CWP) with Open SSID (DMZ network)
Internal with WPA2-Enterprise
Internal 2 with WPA personal devices non compatible
Radio Profile 2.4 mode: 802.11a/n/ac Urge clients to 5Ghz, Disable WIPS
Radio Profile 5 mode: 802.11a/n/ac Disable WIPS
Now the High school is a different beast, within this building they’re 220 AP’s which is extreme. Not only is there an AP per classroom but our hallways has an AP 50 feet from each other. Also this building has almost the same configuration as my k-8 with a couple of differences. The first thing is that this building is soo dense that I had to begin disabling the 5 GHz per radio band on every two classrooms. 2 this school is using 5 SSID's but I cannot convince my staff to minimize it to three. Reason they don’t want to reduce the number of SSID’s is because they’re highly concerned with security. Below is the listed SSID’s and there purposes.
SSID1: Guest (DMZ network)
SSID2: Internal devices WPA-Personal (non WPA-2 enterprise compatible)
SSID3: Internal users WPA-2 Enterprise IP Multicast enabled
SSID4: Smartphone network that can connect to our VoIP (secured server network) + QoS profile
SSID5: Polycom Wireless Phones (Soon will merge with SSID4) + QoS profile
In addition: Lower Data Rates are disable on both radios and start on 12mbps Optional
Issues: Upload speed are higher than download speeds, Clients randomly lose connectivity without roaming and when it is viewed on client monitor, the device is only associating itself with the same AP it was connected to.