Cincinnati Country Day School chooses the Surface Pro 3

Published on May 27, 2014
Cincinnati Country Day School is a private pre-K through 12th grade school who has pioneered the use of technology and devices in Education by being the first school in the nation to enable 1:1 student computing in 1996. Cincinnati Country Day School is one of the first schools to adopt Surface Pro 3 as their 1:1 student computing device for the next academic school year equipping each of their incoming 5th and 9th grade students with a Surface Pro 3 tablet. Rob Baker, the Technology Director at Cincinnati Country Day School said, "I am 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."