1 in 5 iPads break during school's pilot program

09/26/2012 | Wausau Daily Herald (Wis.), The

A Wisconsin school that recently tested the use of iPads in the classroom found that about 1 in 5 devices broke and there were problems associated with the technology. However, as the program prepares to expand to other district schools, teachers are reporting the benefits of the devices, such as improved communication. "But the iPad is a tool, not a teaching strategy," said science teacher Tera Fieri. "The use of technology has to work as part of the teaching strategy."

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