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Many U.S. Schools Adding iPad, Trimming Textbooks - (September 9, 2011)
Stephanie Reitz of Associated Press reports on the growing use of iPad in public secondary school classrooms this fall, noting a move away from textbooks in favor of the lightweight tablet computers. Educator benefits range from using iPad for interactive demonstrations of math solutions to teaching children with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. Principal Patrick Larkin of Bostons Burlington High School calls iPad a better long-term investment than textbooks, saying, The bottom line is that the iPads will give our kids a chance to use much more relevant materials.
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