10/20/2011

An Indiana school district switched to a digital curriculum for students in grades 5 to 12 this year, replacing all math and science textbooks with online resources and distributing laptops to students. Despite challenges, including concerns from parents, stress on teachers, and the inevitable technical glitches, students have embraced the new system. "This wasn't a technology initiative -- this was a curriculum initiative," district official Maureen Stafford said.

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