Superintendent says one-to-one computing initiatives could decrease inequities among students


one-to-one-computingTwo of West Virginia’s top K-12 education leaders on Nov. 2 advocated spreading one-to-one computing across the state.

In a short speech to state and local education officials, business leaders and others at the third annual West Virginia Education Summit, state Schools Superintendent Michael Martirano said one-to-one computing initiatives, which have led to controversy in other states over issues including cost and computers’ perceived added learning distractions, could help decrease educational inequities among students.

The state superintendent, who has set a goal of getting...

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