Many schools and districts are taking the initiative to give all of their students access to technology on a constant basis. What is now referred to as “one to one” typically means that every student is given some sort of device such as a tablet, a laptop, or similar type of hybrid. The largest and most obvious hurdle to this kind of initiative is funding. With individual devices you tend to get what you pay for, and that makes giving over a thousand students a similar device cumbersome at best. When my school first presented us with the idea of one to one as a common practice, my actual questions did not deal with funds. As a classroom teacher there is only a limited scope of what I can control when presented with budget dilemmas.