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Pencils down: Schools moving to tech on every desk

While stacks of lined paper still fill classroom cubbies and hardbacks still line the library shelves, schools’ shift to digital platforms is happening as fast as new money and old wiring allow.

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Pencils Down: Schools moving to tech on every desk

Shannon Baca demonstrates using a mix of technology during a math lesson in her sixth grade class at Walter White Elementary in Ceres, CA on Sept. 23, 2016. (Nan Austin/naustin@modbee.com)
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