Buy-back options give districts financial flexibility to fund newer technology
Rather than letting old machines sit in the janitor’s closet gathering dust, schools nationwide are choosing to sell those machines back to companies that recertify the technology.
One such provider is Mac to School, which, over the past year, has bought back millions of dollars’ worth of Apple products from schools, helping districts get some much-needed cash back in their pockets. In August alone, more than $1 million was paid out to schools.
The buy-back process is relatively simple: once a quote...