I would have teachers read THE FLICKERING MIND, by T Oppenheimer.
We've collectively spent a boatload of money on education tech over the years, with precious little to show for it.
The author's conclusions are that technology is NOT the answer (at best its just a supplement) what is needed are
1.) dedicated students
2.) smaller classes
3.) better teachers
remember I am just the messenger, I think I have done an evenhanded job of presenting his arguments, but by all means feel free to check out the book yourself.
Given the conclusion of the book, it continues to make sense to me to spend up on broadband in support of BYOD in lieu of 1-1.
The first thing that I would do is to have every teacher read Computers as Mindtoolsin Schools: Engaging Critical Thinking by David H. Jonassen.