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Technology 101: Students review new computers used for school work

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At the September 13th high school back to school night, each Ann Richards high school and eighth-grade students were given their own individual Chromebook laptops that were to be used both inside and outside of the classroom. To get a feel for how the Chromebooks have been working so far, the Polaris Press analyzed survey data from 100 high school students and compiled the information below.

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Ezra Morales is well rounded, hard working senior and Managing Editor for The Polaris Press. You can catch him running for cross country, playing soccer, or working at the craft store and Trans Student Educational Resources. He is passionate about changing the world and making schools safer for the LGBTQ+ community.

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  1. I’d be interested in knowing what software applications they are missing? The Chromebooks have touch screens don’t they?

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