Glenbard schools may deploy iPads in all freshman courses next fall
Glenbard high school students in freshman core courses next fall may be universally using iPads in class, as the school district continues to implement its instructional technology plan.
After beginning an iPad pilot program last school year in a few classrooms at each school and approving a "Bring Your Own Technology" policy this year, Glenbard Township High School District 87 is considering a more widespread technology rollout to bring the district closer to its goal of 1-to-1 student deployment.
"In short, we have a conviction after two years of pilots at all four schools and six different site visits to districts further along in this work than we are that, one, students will learn more at a faster pace, and two, students will be able to take on learning work and create learning products that were previously inconceivable," said Jeff Feucht, assistant superintendent for educational services.
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