Wis. district to purchase 1,400 iPads for students

01/30/2012 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

Students in Madison, Wis., schools soon will receive iPad tablet computers purchased by the school district with funding from a settlement from Microsoft. The district is planning to purchase and distribute 600 devices this spring, with another 800 coming next fall. "This is the most significant transition point for having digital learning at the optimal level," said Bill Smojver, the district's director of technical services.

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