Wis. district continues investment in one-to-one technology

The school board in the Wausau School District in Wisconsin on Monday voted to supply Chromebook computers for high-school freshmen in the upcoming academic year. Officials say the purchase, totaling $388,000, will allow eighth-grade students -- and select elementary-school students -- in the district, who have been using iPads, to continue learning in a one-to-one environment.

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