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One to One Netbook Pilot Program

Niles Township High Schools of District 219 in Skokie Illinois have instituted an Anywhere/Anytime Learning Plan with a 1:1 netbook pilot program, deploying 400 netbooks to students this year.
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Niles Township High Schools of District 219 in Skokie Illinois have instituted an Anywhere/Anytime Learning Plan with a 1:1 netbook pilot program, deploying 400 netbooks to students this year. Another 150 netbooks have gone to administrators and staff to learn about and integrate web 2.0 tools into instruction.

To check out the Niles Township High Schools Anywhere/Anytime Learning Plan, visit here. To watch video about the plan, visit here.

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