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Fresno district goes mobile for 15,000 students

Nearly 15,000 students in the Central Unified School District in Fresno will be provided new tablets powered by AT&T.
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Nearly 15,000 students in the Central Unified School District in Fresno will be provided new tablets powered by AT&T. The tablets are one part of the school district's new learning program that aims to provide students with a more engaged and individualized learning experience.

In addition to helping Central USD adopt a one-to-one mobile learning initiative for all K-12 students across the district's 21 schools, AT&T is providing tablets along with high-speed networking services like Ethernet.

All of the approximately 15,000 students will be provided a tablet that includes:

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