The New York Times reports that Liverpool High in Liverpool, New York, is joining a handful of schools across the country in phasing out its one-to-one laptop program. Aside from inconveniences such as maintenance and network concerns, some educators contend that the use of laptops is also educationally empty. According to Liverpool school board president Mark Lawson, after seven years of the program, there is "no evidence it had any impact on student achievement--none." ...


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