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Laptops & Learning: How Schools Are Making the Hard Transition to 1-to-1 Computing

This event occurred on June 23, 2022 1:00 PM EDT.
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Join us for a webinar that examines the massive expansion in the use of laptops and digital curricula in K-12 education.

We will take a hard look at the pros and cons of integrating regular use of new technologies into classrooms and provide a sobering assessment of what will happen if school districts don’t start putting in place strategies for how they plan to pay for 1-to-1 computing programs in the years ahead.

This webinar will also feature exclusive survey data from educators about the use of laptops in instruction and provide tips for how to make technology work better in schools.

Speakers
Rob Dickson
Chief Information Officer, Wichita Public Schools (Kans.)
Diane Doersch
Director of Technology at Verizon Innovative Learning Schools, Digital Promise
Moderator
Alyson Klein
Assistant Editor, Education Week

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