2012 article looking at specific schools and their BYOD- http://edudemic.com/byod-classrooms/
Having students use their own devices for educational purposes in school opens a new can of worms, which both enables instruction in digital and information literacies and can strain the socioeconomic and digital divide of the school community.
A 2014 article in thejournal.com reports a quick increase in BYOD programs in schools and teacher workshops to support device use for education- http://thejournal.com/articles/2014/03/27/report-most-schools-delivering-byod-programs-training-teachers-in-mobile-devices-usage.aspx
This article from Intel is a “toolkit”, I would say checklist for planning a BYOD program- http://www.k12blueprint.com/sites/default/files/BYOD-Planning-Implementation.pdf
These resources were compiled by Dr. Marilyn Arnone for SU’s ischool’s course on Technology in Educational Organizations