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November 14, 2012

Students bringing wireless devices into Pentucket classrooms


She stressed that parents can feel confident that her department is “committed to supporting the use of instructional technology equipment in a secure environment and determined to be prepared for the technology advances rapidly approaching.”

The nonprofit Pentucket Education Foundation provides revenue to fund unique technology and program initiatives for the Pentucket School District, such as the Bring Your Own Device pilot program. For more information on PEF or how to support its recently launched “Give a Quarter for a Quarter” Capital Campaign, visit

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