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StateImpact Indiana: Netbooks

by Kyle Stokes

May 10, 2012

Laptops, iPads, and netbook computers — paid for with the help of state dollars — are becoming an increasingly common sight in Indiana classrooms. In Evansville, schools are attempting the transition from paper-bound materials to digital curriculum by providing a school-owned netbook to more than half its students.  As StateImpact Indiana’s Kyle Stokes reports, being the state’s third-largest school district amplifies both the possibilities and the pitfalls of using technology in the classroom.