[caption id="attachment_126549" align="alignleft" width="150"] The district sent secondary students home with surveys at the end of this school year, and preliminary results suggest only 25 percent have their own device.[/caption]

Each of Miami-Dade's 350,000 public school students will have access to a mobile learning device by 2015, according to a groundbreaking plan approved June 19 by the Miami-Dade School Board, which governs the nation’s fourth largest school system.

Board members unanimously endorsed the proposal by Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, a 2011 Tech-Savvy Superintendent Award winner from eSchool Media, to lease more...

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