K-12 school districts are faced with striking challenges, as well as opportunities to reshape how students are best prepared for college and 21st century careers. Schools can take advantage of emerging educational technology to meet the teaching needs while adhering to austere budgets. Delivering personalized learning to students requires rich, digital content including video and adaptive learning text books. One-to-one computing programs are a way to make sure all students enjoy the benefits of digital learning content. These are the critical technology issues facing school districts as they implement one-to-one computing. Addressing these issues will help school districts achieve their objective of learning success for all students.
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