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Robert Nelson, superintendent of Chawanakee Unified SD, oversees students working on refurbished Apple MacBooks, saving the district thousands of dollars. (Photo: Will Drosche)
3/2/2014
Monica Rhor
What districts need to know when hardware begins to break down
Baldwin County School District in Alabama spends $9 million per year on its Digital Renaissance program, which funds MacBook Air laptops for middle and high school students, and iPads for K2 students.
12/29/2013
Monica Rhor
Options include bond issues, grants and reshuffling budgets
Students in the Orange County School District in North Carolina, above left, have sturdy laptops thanks to a blend of funding from a county sales tax and the district’s capital budget.
12/17/2013
Monica Rhor
Districts leaders need to prepare for costs beyond buying tablets
Edgenuity's iPad software allows educators in Henry County Schools to create customizable math content.
8/26/2013
Lauren Williams
Henry County Schools spent just over $100,000 to have iPads for all students in each math classroom in grades 3 through 10

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