Digital texts, iPads catching on in some Pa. Catholic schools

01/30/2012 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Several Catholic schools in the Pittsburgh area are adopting iPad tablet computers and other devices as classroom-learning tools and in place of traditional textbooks. Teacher Brian Molinero has students using iPads for algebra lessons. "I think they're learning differently. They can really get involved in the material a little more. I find myself getting through more material and more in-depth topics than we had previously," he said.

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