Well, we continue to purchase more and more Chromebooks. We support about 100 now, but I definitely see that number growing next school year exponentially. I mentioned in previous posts we were looking to supplement existing desktops throughout the district, and we are beginning to realize benefits from them. For instance, a Freshman English class uses a group of four to type, edit, revise stories in Google Docs. A fourth grade class in another school uses them with the Google Maps for geography. They definitely possess limitations, but to supplement existing technology, providing more accesibility to students, we have found them to be quite legit. Our state Department of Public Instruction just alerted us that they will make sure the end of grade and course tests will work with the Chromebooks, as many Counties in our state are using them. Is this the future?