Survey: BYOD programs gain popularity in K-20 schools

07/21/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Bring-your-own-device programs are gaining ground in K-20 schools, according to a survey conducted by the Software & Information Industry Association. Melissa Greenwood, SmartBrief's senior education editor, writes in this blog post that while the practice is most common among post-secondary schools -- followed by secondary-school participants (48%) and elementary schools (20%) -- K-12 more schools are expected to adopt such programs during the next five years.

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