Carver Public Schools will have Chromebooks, but what happens next is still being considered. How are they insured, protected, used, and stored? Big questions that the school district will ask others for advice. But sometimes others just don't know. For example, many technology directors were not classroom teachers, or taught before Chromebooks were in use. Maybe a teacher who fully implemented Chromebooks in the classroom would be a better source. Also, students will find a way to break anything, and will the insurance or cases be enough? This article talks about a better hard case / white board that adds cheap insurance, but it also discusses why giant soft cases are so lame, and Carver Public Schools do not want these new Chromebooks to seem lame right from the start.
Brian Jaeger writes columns for respectable websites all over the kingdom.