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Robert Nelson, superintendent of Chawanakee Unified SD, oversees students working on refurbished Apple MacBooks, saving the district thousands of dollars. (Photo: Will Drosche)
Monica Rhor
What districts need to know when hardware begins to break down
Baldwin County School District in Alabama spends $9 million per year on its Digital Renaissance program, which funds MacBook Air laptops for middle and high school students, and iPads for K2 students.
Monica Rhor
Options include bond issues, grants and reshuffling budgets
Students in the Orange County School District in North Carolina, above left, have sturdy laptops thanks to a blend of funding from a county sales tax and the district’s capital budget.
Monica Rhor
Districts leaders need to prepare for costs beyond buying tablets
Edgenuity's iPad software allows educators in Henry County Schools to create customizable math content.
Lauren Williams
Henry County Schools spent just over $100,000 to have iPads for all students in each math classroom in grades 3 through 10

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