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Highlights
  • School leaders developed a one-to-one program that prepares students for the real world by integrating enterprise-level notebook computers into the core curriculum and by teaching students the 21st century skills they’ll need to succeed in college and the workplace.
  • AHA students lease HP EliteBook notebooks over a four-year period and then keep the devices or donate them back to the school after they graduate.
  • Strategic hardware acquisition, curriculum development, stakeholder communication and professional development all have contributed to Project Laptop’s success.

Participants: Brett Splinter, Dustin Wesely, Kathy Hanley and Joey Betlej — all of the Academy of Holy Angels

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