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Schools' 'Bring Your Own Device' Policies Prove Successful

BYOD Proves Successful in the Classroom

BYOD programs, initially controversial, are now are reaping the rewards. The Forsuth County (GA) district--an early BYOD adopter--now has what is considered one of the nation's most successful "bring your own device" programs.

Technology is continuing to move in a positive direction, according to And Sara Hall, vice president of digital learning for the Alliance for Excellent Education, said BYOD's popularity continues to grow. 

"District leaders are learning to align technology with what is going on in the classroom," she said. "The challenge is making sure BYOD programs are scalable and match curricular goals."

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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