Neb. district reverses course on iPad integration

11/13/2012 | Kearney Hub (Neb.)

Officials in a Nebraska school district have reversed an earlier decision to purchase iPads for students over concerns the devices may not meet the needs of the schools and their students. At issue, officials said, is concerns about off-site filtering of Web content and the "testing capabilities" of the iPads. For now, officials say, students will continue to have access to laptop computers.

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