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Quaker Valley iBook program may be scaled back

Quaker Valley (Pennsylvania) School District officials are considering scaling back a program that provides approximately 1,700 iBooks to students in grades 3-12, according to the Tribune-Review. Due to concern that younger students aren’t responsible enough to have their own computer, the school system have instead provide the laptops “only to students in the highest three or four grades, while using desktops for elementary grades,” the article, as noted at MacSurfer, adds.

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