Tablets take off in the classroom

11/25/2012 | Digital Trends

While the integration of technology in the classroom has been slow, there are signs that the adoption of tablets in K-12 education is speeding up, according to this analysis. As the tablet computer becomes more commonplace in schools, the market for tablets is growing increasingly crowded with the Nook, Kindle, new Microsoft Surface and other devices competing with the popular iPad. However, while the tablet is being touted as a key to improving education, outcomes have been mixed for devices such as the netbook, which created similar excitement in the past.

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