Boston schools are wary of disparity effect of technology programs

10/4/2011 | Boston Herald

Schools in some Massachusetts school districts are providing laptops and iPads for students, and others are encouraging students to bring their own electronic devices to class. However, in Boston, officials say they are concerned the practice could create a division between students with access to technology and those without. Instead, Boston officials are working toward one-to-one programs, in which schools provide a device for every student.

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