Today, Google’s Senior Director of Global Enterprise Marketing, Chris Farinacci, announced that the search giant moved over 1 million Chromebooks through its Google for Education program during Q2 of 2014. Part of the company’s success is based on school districts and teachers using Google’s alternative laptops and software as tools to educate students.
David Andrade, Chief Information Officer of Bridgeport Public Schools recently shared in a blog post that his district has adopted 9,000 Chromebooks paired with Apps for Education and has a goal to bring Google’s low-cost notebooks to every classroom for grades 4th through 12th.
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