N.C. district encourages students to bring devices to school

A North Carolina school district is attempting to create a collegiate feel on its campuses by encouraging students to bring their own technology devices to school. The new policy allows students to use their own laptops, tablet computers and smartphones with the district's wireless Internet connection, and teaches them to be responsible technology users. It also allows the district to overcome funding gaps that prohibit it from providing enough devices for all students.

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