Students at Garin college in Nelson, New Zealand, will be required to bring their own digital devices to class starting next year. The school has drawn up a list of acceptable computers–from netbooks to laptops to iPads–and hopes to accommodate students from diverse income backgrounds. School principal John Boyce explained that the decision to make such devices mandatory came as a result of three years of research and analysis, including consultations with parents of year-eight students.
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