Chromebooks dominate K-12 purchases

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Latest quarter reveals that Chromebooks took 51 percent of K-12 market sales. Chromebook sales have surged in the U.S. In the report, the consulting firm notes that the increase in Chromebook sales “has coincided with the need for districts to implement online assessment,” and that Chromebooks’ ease-of-use and traditionally low prices have helped increase sales. [ 6 reasons Chromebooks are the device of the moment ].

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Similar forces are said to contribute to a tightening in the global, self-paced e-learning market.). While the rate of growth is lower than in 2014 and 2015—when the market was fueled by a national trend away from paper and pencil and toward online assessments —lower average selling prices and a replacement market for outdated devices continue to drive volume, according to a release issued by the consulting firm. Chromebooks Thriving in U.S.

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