Minn. high school tests benefits of iPads in class:

02/1/2012 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

A high-school in Minnesota is providing iPad tablet computers this year for one freshman class as part of a pilot program that could be expanded. Officials say they are testing whether the devices will lead to gains in student achievement. To start, students will be allowed to use iPads in English, math, science and social-studies courses, but teachers could choose to use them in other classes.

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