Canadian Teachers’ Unions Demands No Wi-Fi in Schools

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Two teacher's unions in Ontario are urging schools to turn off  Wi-Fi due to the health concerns it might pose to students. “'WiFi emits microwave radiation and it’s linked to cancer by the World Health Organization,' said Andrea Loken, Kingston area President of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF). In the United States at least, most schools are equipped with Wi-Fi and officials are not discussing the potential health risks. A recent study in Greece confirmed that Wi-Fi...
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Chrome Takes the Crown From Apple In the US

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Chromebook sales have surpassed 51% in the K-12 market for the the third quarter reported USA Today, beating out Apple and establishing themselves as the new leader in the U.S educational market. There is "a fundamental shift in how American schools are buying tech in bulk and assessing students online, with an emphasis on low-cost, easy-to-manage machines." Chromebook may not be the leader for long, however, Microsoft is partnering with Lightspeed, a software firm, to better manage a range o...
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