Tablet computers are taking off in Minneapolis-area classrooms

04/10/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

One-to-one technology is taking hold in classrooms in the Minneapolis area, so much so that Jeff Noyes, a teacher on special assignment for technology integration at Minnetonka High School in Minnesota, said he expects school computer labs will be dismantled within the next few years in favor of handheld devices, such as tablet computers. The school is one of many in the region using iPads and other tablets as teaching tools -- a trend that educators say has helped to enhance teaching and learning while cutting costs.

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