In an effort to discover which school districts have implemented or will implement ubiquitous one-to-one computing programs, two leading educational consulting groups today launched a survey intended to document the deployment of one-to-one programs nationwide and further investigate the role of laptop and notebook computers in the instructional process.

The survey poses in-depth questions about ubiquitous computing, which it defines as "each student and teacher [having] one internet-connected wireless computing device for use both in the classroom and at home."

Specifically, the survey--which will be made available online to administrators and technology directors representing some 3,000 school districts


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