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Florida teachers losing their Apples

School administrators, teachers and students in Florida’s Pinellas County will soon have to learn Windows as the district slowly replaces its Macs with PCs. “The directive came from Pinellas County superintendent Howard Hinesley, who wants to the district to use one type of computer instead of two,” according to the St. Petersburg Times. “That decision has angered some administrators and teachers who can’t fathom parting with their Apple computers, even if it won’t happen for several years. Two of every three computers owned by the school district are Apples. Hinesley said the Macs will be replaced by PCs as they become obsolete.”

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