Rome City Schools will have Chromebooks soon, ordering enough of the devices for 3rd through 12th grade. It's a wise investment. Chromebooks, however, will sometimes break. Rome City Schools, in order to protect its initial investment, should consider the best way to protect the Chromebooks.
Some school districts use soft case covers, but students don't like the cumbersome briefcases. Other districts offer insurance plans or purchase coverage with the devices. The problem still remains that the Chromebooks are out of commission for a time. Some schools use hard plastic to protect the Chromebooks, but that's mostly just a decorative placebo.
If you pay taxes in Rome, Georgia, find out what the school district intends to do to protect the Chromebooks. One solution includes the purchase of the Cranium Hard Case Screen Protector and Whiteboard. It's made from PVC and aluminum, and it stops the flexible screen from bending, limiting breakage. It's also a whiteboard, which is sometimes just as useful as the Chromebook itself. The Cranium is a permanent, simple solution.
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Brian Jaeger writes columns for respectable websites all over the kingdom.