Bullitt County Public Schools Chromebooks, Called Access 24, A Good Reminder of When Chromebooks Can Break
24 hours a day and seven days a week, at least during the school year. That's how often students will be accessing their Chromebooks, assuming they get to take the Chromebooks home. Even if they're told to use them for school activities at home, students will wake up at four or stay up until two to finish a project, or they'll check grades at midnight.
What all this means is that the Chromebooks need to be sturdy. And they are, with one exception. The screens are a bit flexible, keeping them light. When a student stumbles out of bed in the middle of the night and grabs the device, will it be grabbed by said cover? Absolutely! Will it drop or hit a desk? Why, yes it will. Will the student take it out of any soft case as soon as it comes home? Yes.
All this means the screens will be in danger, 24 hours a day. Check out this assessment of what to do next: get a Cranium Hard Case Chromebook Protector for your Bullit County Chromebooks.
Brian Jaeger writes columns for respectable websites all over the kingdom.