Cincinnati Country Day School is first school to choose Surface Pro 3 as its 1:1 student computing device

Cincinnati Country Day School in Ohio, one of the premier schools in the U.S. and a pioneer in the use of mobile computing in education, is the first school to adopt Surface Pro 3 as its 1:1 student computing device, writes Jacqueline Russell, Microsoft Surface Education Manager.

In a video, Rob Baker, the school’s IT director, makes it clear why Surface Pro 3 is the right choice. “I’m trying to create the most powerful teaching and learning environment on the planet. I want to remove constraints, and the Surface Pro 3 absolutely lets us do that. Computer literacy isn’t how to boldface something in Word; computer literacy is having technology available to you and figuring out how it helps you, how it makes you more efficient.”

To learn more, head over to the Surface Blog.

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Suzanne Choney
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