Several schools in the Harris Country have come up with a unique solution to keep students interested in everyday class proceedings. They are now offering a Kindle Fire tablet to those who attend school every day. The above scheme is backed by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, CITGO which they feel is a step towards making kids less inclined towards criminal ways. The more time that kids spend in school ensures they have less of it to spend in other possible illegal activities. Plus more time in school also means kids get to pick up good skills many of which will remain with them for the rest of the life.
Overall, a clever ploy on part of the school authorities and the law keepers to keep the young minds attached to the good aspects of life. The association couldn’t have been more appropriate as those who grow up with good educational virtues transform into law abiding citizens. It is the latter aspect that can be considered the ultimate aim of the Kindle Fire giveaway and the perfect way to achieve that is to keep students drawn to schools; and what better way to do that than luring them using the Kindle Fire as the bait.
Another reason of the giveaway is to promote the use of iWatchHarrisCounty smartphone app among high school students. Studies have revealed that students are more likely to use smartphones to communicate with their peers. As for the app, it can be used to alert investigators about non-emergency crime tips pertaining to the locality. Users also have the option to do that either anonymously or otherwise for those who are concerned about privacy.
Sovan Mandal is the senior tablet and tech corespondent for goodereader.com. He brings a international approach to news that is not just applicable to the North American market, but also Asia, India, Europe and others. Sovy brings his own writing flavor to the website and is interested in Science Fiction, Technology and Writing. Any questions, send an email