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Highlights
  • For some school districts, BYOD programs provide sustainable alternatives to one-to-one efforts.
  • Districts in Georgia and Texas find wide adoption allows for "differentiated" learning.
  • From a technology standpoint, creating a foundational network infrastructure proves critical.

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