With a 5,000 iPad rollout freshly completed, students in Fraser Public Schools are becoming 21st century learners via access to their own mobile devices.
The District’s hefty 1:1 mobile device initiative, funded by the passing of the District’s $19.9 million bond in 2011, is the largest iPad deployment in Michigan and ranks in the top 15 largest K-12 iPad deployments in the world.
“Teachers can now leverage technology at the point of instruction rather than only having access to computers during the assigned computer lab time. Our teachers can customize each child’s educational plan to better meet the student’s learning needs in each content area,” said Dr. David Richards, Superintendent of Fraser Public Schools.
Students in Fraser Public Schools now have the opportunity to learn in classrooms that allow one-to-one access to iPads to support student learning for each child. Fraser’s goal: to offer a personalized learning experience for every student in the District.
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