Neb. district considers investment in one-to-one technology

The school board in Lincoln, Neb., is being asked to consider a $55 million, five-year plan to provide more technology for public schools and overhaul the way the district purchases and replaces equipment. Under the proposal, students in grades 3 through 12 would have one-to-one access to laptop or tablet computers by the 2017-18 school year and younger students would share devices. The plan also calls for updated computer labs, and leasing equipment to ensure that technology is updated more frequently.

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