Ohio district to pilot tech program with subsets of students

An Ohio school district is considering purchasing 500 new technology devices for students who are considered at-risk and require alternative instructional methods, plus those who are academically advanced. Officials said they are considering using either iPad tablet computers or Apple MacBook laptops with the students as part of a pilot program to engage them and under a long-term plan in which print textbooks are expected to be replaced with digital resources.

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