Calif. school plans campuswide iPad initiative

02/15/2012 | San Diego Union-Tribune

A Catholic high school in San Diego is set this fall to become the first school in the region to distribute iPad tablet computers to all of its students and teachers. The initiative is an expansion of a pilot program in place this year, and will require parents to pay a $350 technology fee to rent the iPad. Educators say the devices will be used to increase engagement in all academic subjects and teach students about digital citizenship.

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