Schools lower tech-integration costs with BYOT programs

06/13/2012 | Florida Today (Melbourne)

As schools in Florida work toward meeting a state mandate that districts integrate more digital textbooks, some schools say they are striving to keep costs low by implementing "bring your own technology" policies. Under such policies, students can bring their own smartphones, tablet computers and other devices to school. A pilot program, to launch in the fall in one district, will include the creation of a digital-ethics manual and development of an appropriate environment in which to use the devices.

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