Ala. bill would bring tablets, digital texts to high-school classrooms

01/16/2012 | Daily Home (Talladega, Ala.), The

Alabama lawmakers are poised to consider new legislation that would have all high-school students in the state using digital textbooks and electronic tablets. Independent of the proposed "Alabama Ahead Act," many teachers say they already are incorporating digital tools into lessons, using iPad2 tablet computers for classroom projects and allowing students to download digital textbooks to their home computers.

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