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Districts and schools are working to find cost-effective solutions for education IT that support quality teaching and learning, as well as streamlined administration and management. District leaders must consider infrastructure issues ranging from the choice of mobile computing devices to wireless networking and security implementations.

This archived webinar looks at two districts that are doing great things with Intel-based Chromebooks in the classroom  and examines the ins and outs of picking a Chromebook model that is right for your school or district.

In addition to the slides and archived recording from the webinar on Intel-based Chromebooks, you can now read additional answers to questions posed by attendees. Here they are:

What is the base cost of an Intel Chromebook?

NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND, this archived webinar looks at two districts that are doing great things with Intel-based Chromebooks in the classroom  and examines the ins and outs of picking a Chromebook model that is right for your school or district.

Houston Independent Schols and Miami Dade County Public Schools are among the latest districts to embrace one-to-one computing. Although they’ve made different choices in terms of grade levels targeted, they share two things in common: Windows 8 devices and a multi-year phase-in plan.

Philadelphia's Science Leadership Academy (SLA) and The Franklin Institute have announced a partnership with Dell to form a new “Center of Excellence in Learning.” 

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