S.D. district reflects on use of Chromebooks

Educators in a South Dakota school district reported better access to information under the district's one-to-one Chromebook program. They also reported improved efficiencies and less wear and tear than originally was expected. Despite the success, officials say they plan to use iPads with students in early grades because they do not require keyboarding skills.

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