As an increasing number of school systems weigh the benefits and potential drawbacks of one-to-one computing initiatives, a fledgling consortium of educators and private-sector executives is working to create a list of minimum specifications for educators to consider as they shop for next-generation classroom devices.


Hoping to accelerate the adoption and deployment of age-appropriate, one-to-one computing devices in K-12 schools, the members of Project Inkwell say a longstanding disconnect between the education community and technology manufacturers has put schools in the difficult position of taking solutions designed for the business world and adapting them to meet the

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