Va. district's one-to-one computing program could save money

06/28/2013 | Charlottesville Tomorrow (Va.)

A Virginia school district is planning to invest $1.5 million annually -- or $213 per student -- on a one-to-one computing program for all sixth- through 12th-grade students. The cost includes the devices, as well as professional and curriculum development. However, officials say that within five years they expect the program to be cost-neutral or save the district money.

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