My school is has been fortunate enough (if you want to look at it that way) to have over 80% of our students on free or reduced lunch, and as a result, we have received a nice bit of funding that was not available to the more affluent schools. We used ours to purchase interactive white boards (IWBs), a class set of MacBook Airs for each grade level, and a couple of class sets of iPads for use school-wide, regardless of grade level. My real-life Android experience has been limited to rooting a Samsung phone for my own entertainment, and needless to say, I wasn't exactly focused on educational apps.
As I explored resources for our school iPads and spent time on our class-mandated discussions, I came across a number of really unique and useful Android™ resources to share with you.
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