Third-graders prefer hand-held computers to paper

12/11/2003 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Becky Stockbridge, technology systems administrator at Delaney School in Wrentham, Mass., is planning to purchase Palm Tungsten E hand-held computers for all the school's third-graders by next year. Stockbridge says the $200 devices help prepare students for the real, high-tech world and give teachers more time to teach by eliminating tedious work.

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