Some students at a West Virginia high school will be the first to test the state's digital textbook project next fall. The state is providing the school with 30 laptops, while two teachers whose classes are involved in the program will choose electronic resources they think will improve their teaching of history, civics, social studies and Advanced Placement government. "A lot of times with social studies, your textbooks change daily," one teacher said. "The world changes daily."

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