Rock Hill schools say digital textbooks help students succeed

Matthew Zalaznick's picture
Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Ask any middle school student in Rock Hill to show you a science textbook, and they’re not likely to pull out the heavy, bound book most people remember from their days in school. These new textbooks don’t bear the scribbles and scratches of students who held it before, and they don’t weigh enough to tip over an average-sized kid.

But these textbooks contain a lot more information, cater to many learning styles and offer teachers more ways to reach their students.

These textbooks are digital, and they’re fully contained on each student’s iPad.

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