Southeast Kansas school district going all-digital

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

A small, southeast Kansas school district whose superintendent became a true believer after visiting an Illinois school is doing away with textbooks and paper tests in favor of all-digital instruction.

When classes resume this fall in USD 258 in Humboldt, students in grades four through 12 will be given HP Ultrabook laptops, fully loaded with digital curriculum and available for taking home overnight.

In kindergarten through third grade, students will be handed iPads each day for use in their classrooms.

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