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Chromebook takeover signals major shift in education…but not in the way you may think


Google's Chromebooks are now the most used devices in K-12 classrooms across the U.S. But is there more to the story than cheaper hardware?

According to the New York Times, the massive adoption of Google and its Chromebooks in U.S. classrooms (accounting for more than half the mobile devices shipped to schools) is signaling a “profound shift in American education;” and they’re calling it the “Googlification of the classroom.” But is Googlifiction spurring a much bigger shift in today’s K-12 classrooms than simply switching devices?

Though the low-cost of Chromebooks, free apps offered, and marketing
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