By: Joan Davis, AN17.com
— Students and teachers at St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School are embarking on an experiment in education technology this fall with iPads for all.
The change means that actual paper- and- ink textbooks for geography, social studies, history and math will eventually go away, as will the need for many school supplies parents purchase this time of year, like spiral-bound notebooks.
No need when there's an app for that.
Joshua Wittie, technology coordinator and teacher, said the school began student training sessions this week — two sessions a day, three days a week for two....