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North Carolina chooses Apple for statewide K-3 reading program deployment

[2018-08-10 18:49:29]

Earlier this week, it was reported that Apple had been awarded a statewide contract in North Carolina. I spoke with Drew Elliot, Communications Director, for N.C. Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) as I wanted to learn more about why iPad, and more about how this deployment would work. Being in IT, I am always curious about the nuts and bolts of how these large deployments work.

North Carolina chooses Apple for statewide K-3 reading program deployment


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