AEAs are to provide information to their personnel as well as to local district personnel in order to maintain and expand the expertise of staff members about assistive technology devices and services.
Yes, if the student has access to the equipment as needed. If the student does not have the necessary access, then the appropriate equipment should be purchased for the student's use. The IEP Team will decide as a group the need and use of computers on a case-by-case basis.
Transition planning for technology users is particularly challenging because there is no legal requirement for the transfer of ownership for an assistive technology device from the school to the individual student or to an adult agency upon graduation.
If the school district purchased the device, the device is the property of the school. The school could keep the device for use by other students, sell it, or decide to transfer the device to another district in which the student enrolls.