The days of chalk and a blackboard are long gone in America’s schools thanks to a new breed of classroom technology. Blackboards are replaced by interactive whiteboards, and chalk is replaced by laptops and tablets. In fact, The Institution of Education Sciences reports that in 2009, the ratio of students to computers in the classroom was 5.3 to 1 and that number has only decreased since then. In an effort to help schools access the Internet quickly, federal government incentives have allowed districts such as Cobb Country Schools receive discounts up to 90% for connectivity, making relationships with flexible providers...
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