Leslie Wilson

One-to-One Institute

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CEO of the One-to-One Institute, nonprofit based in Michigan that consults with school districts on digital device programs

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John Deasy has resigned as Superintendent of LA Unified, and Interim successor Ramon Cortines says the District can't afford to continue Deasy's discredited program of…

After the iPads: What's Next for LA Unified?

John Deasy has resigned as Superintendent of LA Unified, and Interim successor Ramon Cortines says the District can't afford to continue Deasy's discredited program of…

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