School OK’s Kindles, iPads this fall


When Nashoba Regional High students return to school this fall, they will be able to bring their Kindles, iPads, and other e-devices as part of the high school’s mission to embrace technology. School officials have set up a system to allow students to log into the school’s network. As part of the arrangement, students must comply with the school’s personal device policy, which stipulates how they can use their mobile equipment inside the building.

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