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Tablets and iPads Become Classroom Norm

Tablets and iPads become the norm in the classroom

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Tablets and other "smart" devices have become the norm in classrooms, says Gayle Bennett, Dell representative, in a USA Today article. 

According to Speak Up, an initiative of the education nonprofit Project Tomorrow, between 41 percent and 66 percent of students in K-12 schools had access to mobile devices in the home and in the classroom in 2013. 

"When tablets are used effectively in the classroom, I've had teachers tell me they can never go back to the way they taught before," says CEO of Project Tomorrow, Julie Evans.

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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