More 1-to-1 learning – now with Chromebooks

From chicagotribune.com:

“Grayslake Community High School District 127 approved the purchase this week of 1,425 Chromebook personal computers as part of a 1:1 learning initiative that’s scheduled to roll out next school year.”

Schools use Chromebooks to get to 1-to-1 Goals

Chromebook-logoMany school districts around the US are trying to get to their 1-to-1 goals and choosing Google Chromebooks to get it done.  The price is right – at sometimes 1/3 of the cost of a MacBook, schools cannot help but make the move to Chromebooks.  It just makes sense from a cost stand point.

The biggest change comes on the administration side.  Teachers need training so they understand how the Chromebook works.  Most school already use Google Drive to store files – so it snot a big learning curve.

The 1-to-1 programs really seem to get the students ready for the next steps.

See the best Chromebook apps for students.