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Not all successful one-to-one programs are alike. But they do share some common ground.
Follow these guidelines to create a technology infrastructure that support teachers and students, and take a quick quiz to test your readiness.
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Many schools start by asking the wrong questions before they embark on a one-to-one program. It's about vision, not devices, says one expert.