Tenn. district increases use of mobile devices

03/5/2013 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Hamilton County, Tenn., schools are using federal grants and other available dollars to invest in mobile devices as the school district prepares for increased technology demands, including online testing. County superintendent Rick Smith wants an iPad or other tablet for each of the district's 42,000 public-school students, a goal the district may reach faster if it rewrites policies to allow students to bring their own devices to school.

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