Ind. school uses iPads to put resources at students' fingertips

This school year, every fourth- through eighth-grader at an Indiana elementary school has been issued an iPad. Officials say the one-to-one initiative was launched following the success of two mobile carts of iPads. "It opens up this whole, huge opportunity that you can have them do in the classroom without making reservation times at the computer lab to research things," fifth-grade teacher Amanda Pullmann said. "We have encyclopedias at their fingertips now, and that's huge."

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