Nauset Freshmen Provided With iPads

Customers Queue As Apple Launch The iPad In The UKEASTHAM – Each student in the freshmen class at Nauset Regional High School has been provided with iPads by the school system, as Nauset joins a growing list of schools providing students with tablets.

The students will be able to use the iPads both in school and at home for the duration of their time in the school system.

“Everyone’s very excited, the teachers and the staff, and we are really looking to a year where teaching and learning takes a big change in the process,” said Barbara Lavoine, the director of technology for Nauset Public Schools.

Lavoine says they hope to eventually provide iPads for the remaining students at the school, depending on funding. Each iPad costs the school $573, totaling about $137,000 for this year’s class.
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