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iPad learning experiment called success in Sharon Springs school district

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Students of Sharon Springs Central School aren’t as happy as usual about summer break this year. Back in September, each student in grades 7-12 was issued an iPad. Now, as state testing winds down, they have to give the tablets back. “They’re not all that happy about losing their iPads,” said school Business Manager Tony DiPace, “They got used to them.” The iPad initiative was paid for by Capital Region BOCES, along with a few ...

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June 18, 2013
5:31 p.m.

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I wonder how much could have been saved, or how many more kids could have received a device had they not chosen the premier (read:expensive) device on the market?