The benefits of using electronic devices in schools are many. They can improve standardized test scores, hold hundreds of digital textbooks, increase student interaction and creativity, and, in the long run, even save money. This transition to digital will be happening sooner rather than later for the public school system in Florida.
In May 2011, Governor Rick Scott signed legislation mandating, “all adopted instructional materials for students in kindergarten through grade 12 must be provided in an electronic or digital format.” Students will be required to use digital textbooks by 2015, and similar mandates across the country mean that more and more schools will need a secure place to store, transport, and charge tablets, e-readers, and other devices.
These iPad, Chromebook, Tablet, and Laptop Carts come in many configurations to fill a school’s needs and can safely store and transport many different kinds of devices, with cases and without, in a small footprint that is the perfect size for classrooms and administrative areas. For more information, check out our brochure, or watch the video below.