It’s Personal

By: Evan Tung Ever since d.tech started with its founding class, there has always been a conflict between personal devices and d.tech rules. We are all familiar with the rationale of creating an equal playing field for all students and being able to monitor student activity, but is strictly limiting the use of personal devices …

The Surge in Defective Chromebooks

By Kevin Liu At d.tech, students are expected to have an open attitude, a healthy amount of empathy, and a functioning Chromebook. Recently, it has become extremely difficult to maintain the first two, as many of the school’s Chromebooks have become defective. Take a look around your own classes; nearly every day you’ll see students using the single loaner Chromebook …