Schools find a way to afford iPads amid tight budgets

10/29/2012 | Macworld

As more school districts adopt iPads for use in the classroom, they are paying for the technology in various ways. In an era of tight budgets, school districts are turning to grants, bring-your-own-device programs and using money typically reserved for traditional textbooks to purchase iPads. Schools also are using older versions of the iPad, such as the iPad 2, and eying the release of the iPad mini, priced at $329.

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