There sure is a lot of fancy book-learning happening with Google Chromebooks these days. According to Google, its Chromebooks are now in use in 2,000 schools. That’s twice as many as there were three months ago. So Googles education initiative is chugging along nicely.
Three of the recent participants include Transylvania County Schools in North Carolina with 900 devices, St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Florida with 2,200 and the Rocketship Education charter network in the Bay Area with 1,100. The education team has looking globally as well. Not just in the U.S.
As to the version of Chromebook that the students are getting, we have no idea, but at least they are learning and preparing for the future.
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