A number of school systems in California are "taking the leap" and purchasing IPads for their students. Annette Alpern, assistant superintendent of instructional services at the Redondo Beach Unified School District sums it up best when she says, "There is not a ton of debate about whether this is a direction the schools are heading." "The question is more: How quickly will the future arrive?"
Manhattan Beach Unified purchased 560 devices for a pilot project this fall. The verdict so far: The iPads are enhancing the learning process.
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