A Californian High School will provide iPads to all 1,200 students next fall, one of a handful of schools in Orange County incorporating the popular tablet into the daily curriculum.
Students will use their iPads during classroom lessons, for homework assignments and to study. The devices will access the Internet through the campus wireless network.
Principal Leslie Smith said the goal of the program is to provide all students and teachers the opportunity to take learning beyond the classroom, increase productivity and organization and creativity.
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