iPads coming to Georgia classrooms?
| Feb 07, 2011
Georgia legislators and educators are currently considering an offer from Apple Computers to substitute iPads for textbooks in some middle school classrooms.
For $500 per child per year, Apple’s program would provide each child with an iPad that includes Wi-Fi, all the student’s books, upgrades, and teacher training. With textbooks becoming outdated, the state is looking into their education budget to fund the programs. To learn more, read the full article by Jim Galloway in the Political Insider section of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution website.