Conn. school district finds hits, misses with mobile devices

03/29/2013 | Herald (New Britain, Conn.), The

Southington Public Schools in Connecticut has found mixed results from a bring-your-own-device pilot project, Karen Veilleux, district technology director, said in a recent board of education meeting. Student participation varied by grade, as did conclusions as to whether the program was successful -- ranging from some schools reporting increased engagement to other schools struggling to access the Internet because of aging infrastructure.

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