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School’s offline for summer: 3 tips for easy device reclamation

Device reclamation doesn’t have to be an onerous process for school IT teams--here’s how to make it a bit less complicated

Across the country, millions of students have been learning remotely since March 2020. According to the US Census, nearly 93 percent of people in households reported their children engaged in some form of distance learning this year. With that in mind, as another school year ends, device reclamation is more distributed than ever.

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