Mo. district takes a risk with one-to-one program

06/3/2013 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Educators in a Missouri school district say they are taking a risk by spending $900,000 annually for four years to lease enough Macbook Air laptops to equip every high-school student with his or her own device. Officials say the cost, coupled with the lack of hard evidence that one-to-one programs lead to academic improvement, make it a risky venture -- but one that more districts are undertaking.

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