Officials in an Indiana school district say some school board members were wary when they asked to launch a one-to-one iPad program that allowed students in sixth to 12th grades to take a device home with them. Through diligent efforts, the district managed to hang on to all but 236 of the 7,000 devices that were distributed -- a less than 5% loss. Now, over the summer months, officials are working to maintain the devices and prepare them for a new school year.

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