The nation's eighth-largest school system is rolling out a one-to-one computing project that uses the open-source Linux operating system and custom-designed laptops to make mobile computers affordable for all students.

The San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) is taking a slow-but-steady approach to its one-to-one project, which leaders say will allow the district to transform its classrooms into 21st-century learning environments.

Officials in San Diego--the second-largest school district in California, with more than 130,000 students--hope that by implementing their Always-On Learning Initiative cautiously instead of rushing head-first into the project, they will


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