How some Wash. schools are using tablets to transform learning

Some schools in Washington state are incorporating tablet devices into their curriculum, and staff members say the move is transforming learning in many ways. Digital tools that some schools are using to help streamline their curricula include instant messaging, digital access to notes and homework, and polling features that allow students to share their opinions during class.

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