In this file photograph, James Weekely, a student at Hamilton County's new STEM school for science, technology, engineering and math, works on an algebra I problem on an iPad. Teachers and students at the school are transitioning to a totally digital curriculum and use iPads for almost all instruction and assignments.
In this file photograph, James Weekely, a student at Hamilton County's new STEM school for science, technology, engineering and math, works on an algebra I problem on an iPad. Teachers and students at the school are transitioning to a totally digital curriculum and use iPads for almost all instruction and assignments.
Photo by Allison Love .
published Monday, December 17th, 2012
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