Members held a special session Thursday to discuss the state wide effort.
It's called the "Shared Learning Collaborative" and it personalizes education for students.
The effort not only works to get iPads and netbooks in children's hands, it also streamlines data entry for teachers.
Using a virtual network, educators can share resources and create programs for kids.
"They can start getting data or parents can access information about students in more real time. It'll help us customize learning for kids who need it," said State Superintendent of Education Chris Koch. "Teachers should have that information at their fingertips; they shouldn't have to work to get it."
Educators say the sooner teachers can help students succeed, the better off they'll be.
The program is being developed with funding from the "Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation" as well as the Carnegie Corporation of New York.