Students at Scottish school to learn exclusively on iPads

09/1/2010 | Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)

Students at a school in Scotland will learn exclusively -- and do their homework -- on iPads. Children will be able to access "pre-approved" websites for instruction and can watch science experiments on YouTube that were deemed too risky for class. "Before we had the solution, the children were only able to get around 45 minutes a week on computing studies, as they were sharing the existing laptops," an information technology teacher said. "But now they'll be some of the most technologically advanced in the world."

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