How to Afford Interactive Whiteboards

February 2012
AV Technology;Feb/Mar2012, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p50
Trade Publication
The article presents interviews with several school districts in the U.S. including the Milton-Union Exempted Village Schools in West Milton, Ohio, Hamilton Township School District in New Jersey, and Forsyth County Schools in Cumming, Georgia. They were asked about the number of interactive whiteboard (IWB) they have, the total cost of installation, and funding for this technology.


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