- Aug. 25, 2014 - SANTA CLARA, Calif. --
With the 2014-15 school year officially underway, districts across the nation are facing a dilemma: How can you keep up with the changing landscape of expensive educational technology when budgets are tighter than ever?
To help answer that question, Mac to School (http://mactoschool.com/)
, K-12’s leading provider of recertified Apple technology, is now offering recertified iPad 3s to school districts
The recertified iPads (http://mactoschool.com/
buy.html) are available for 25% less than what schools would pay buying comparable devices directly from Apple. On an average order of 300 iPads, a school or district would save more than $20,000.
“We want every school district to put the best educational technology in the hands of their students without putting a strain on their budgets,” said Robert Baker, co-founder and president of Mac to School (http://mactoschool.com/index.html
). “Most districts are looking for bulk orders, so the savings really add up quickly when you’re talking about hundreds or thousands of machines. We take great pride in facilitating that.”
Recertified iPads 2s are also available, as well as CCSS-ready MacBooks (http://mactoschool.com/
402). All of Mac to School’s devices come with a one-year warranty, as well as customer service from a team of Apple Certified Technicians.
To learn more about Mac to School and the Apple products currently in stock, visit www.mactoschool.com