Pa. district seeks cultural change with iPad rollout

06/20/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Bart Rocco, superintendent of a Pennsylvania school district, said he is hoping to change the culture of the district by distributing iPads and other technology to all teachers, students and administrators. Under a school board's decision Wednesday, the district will lease iPad-mini devices for all kindergarten through second-grade students, iPads for the remaining student population, and iPads and laptop computers for all teachers and administrators. All school board members will receive an iPad as well.

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