Lots of public high schools across the country are using iPads loaded with e-texts and other digital resources to replace bulky textbooks this year. More than 600 districts have launched one-to-one iPad initiatives, according to Apple officials, who say new programs are being announced regularly. Some educators say the devices provide students with access to the most up-to-date resources at a lower long-term cost than traditional texts.

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