Marysville, Wash., middle-school students trade books for iPads

09/18/2012 | SeattlePI.com

The middle-school students of 10th Street School in Marysville, Wash., are adjusting to using iPads in place of school books, journals and planners. They are using the technology in core subjects such as math, and in elective courses such as music and art. This year, the school required that parents either buy iPads for their children, or that the students borrow one from the school district.

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