The challenge: Severe budget constraints hampered this Nebraska district's progress in purchasing Chromebooks to replace an aging fleet of MacBooks, which could no longer support the technical requirements necessary for digital testing.
By using CloudReady to turn the MacBooks into Chrome devices capable of supporting assessment, Gordon-Rushville was able to make its hardware safe and usable while continuing to work toward its goal of having a Chromebook cart in every classroom.
“It’s basically helped make those devices usable. It’s saved the district money...Now it’s safe for these devices to be back online. I’m not running multiple platforms; everything is basically the same operating system. Since we’re a Google Apps school, it streamlines everything.”
- Alton Archibald, Gordon-Rushville Public Schools
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