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3 School Districts Employ Google Chromebooks for 27,000 Students

3 School Districts Employ Google Chromebooks for 27,000 Students

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Keith Heggart
High School Teacher from Sydney, Australia

Exciting times, indeed. I think that one of the most interesting developments in technology integration for the next 10 years will be the growing digital divide characterized by students who are comfortable with online learning as opposed to students who are not, simply because they have never had access to it. I'm not sure what we, as educators, can do about that, however! This is an example of that divide in practice, I guess.

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