Hello everyone! I am a big proponent of technology incorporated into the learning process. I believe that one day every kid in America will have a laptop, tablet, or phone that they learn off of. I think it's the best way for kids to learn at their own place, and there is great software available for curriculum, productivity and teacher control. This is a trend that has really been catching on in recent years and I can't wait to see how quickly it takes off. But with this trend, it can often be tough for school districts to approve and can take a lot of time and agreement on a lot of different levels in a district. I am wondering how changes take place in your school or district. How many people have a say in the decision making process? Have any of you seen or tried to make a change in the technology available to your students and if so, how difficult was it? Was price a huge factor, and was the CFO of the district involved? I am just asking questions that are popping in my mind, but I am really just trying to get a conversation going about adopting digital learning in school. Thanks guys!