Each of our classrooms at WRVS has a Smartboard. Generally classroom
teachers now have a MacBook Air. They used to have Win 7 desktops, and it
was the path of less resistance to go to the MBA (re: knowledge, training,
frustration) compared to going to Win 10. Teachers can also have a
Chromebook, and several use the Chromebook as their primary device. Admin
use is generally on Macs or Chromeboxes and Chromebooks. I have whittled
down the in-school computer infrastructure to just DNS, DHCP, and CUPS

It's cloud or bust.


On Tue, Nov 6, 2018 at 9:41 AM Sylvia Gagne <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Last year we offered our teachers a choice between a Windows laptop or a
> Chromebook (Mac if it was justified).
> We were thinking of changing it for the this year to offering Chromebooks
> with a Windows laptop or Mac if it is justified.
> How many other schools have moved to teacher Chromebooks?  What were your
> biggest challenges?
> Thank you,
> smg
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> Sylvia Gagne
> Missisquoi Valley Union Middle and High School
> 175 Thunderbird Drive
> Swanton, VT 05488
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