The Broad-trained superintendent decided to go all-digital in Huntsville, Alabama.
So he purchased 22,000 laptops and a Pearson online curriculum.
The going has been rough.
Students, teachers and parents are complaining about glitches. A student says that it takes her longer to do her homework because the computer loads slowly. When she saves, her answers disappear. A father complains his son watches pornography, despite the filters. Teachers say the Pearson curriculum is the problem.
Maybe schools will one day be all-digital. But first fix the bugs.