Some districts dropping laptop programs

May 4, 2007
Providing computers to every student hasn't boosted achievement.

The Liverpool (N.Y.) Central School District, just outside Syracuse, has decided to phase out school-issued laptops starting this fall, joining a handful of other schools around the country that adopted one-to-one computing programs and are now abandoning them. District officials say there was no evidence the computers had any impact on student achievement.

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