More schools take out insurance policies on technology

12/10/2012 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

As more schools in Minnesota distribute technology, such as iPads, to students, officials say they are looking for ways to protect their investment. Some school districts are taking out insurance policies on technology, and in some cases are asking parents to pay for the coverage. In one district, parents who opt out of the insurance offer are required to pay for devices that are damaged.

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