Frankie Thevenot played with an iPad at home in Metairie, La., in October 2011. A group is fighting claims about mobile apps as educational.
Frankie Thevenot played with an iPad at home in Metairie, La., in October 2011. A group is fighting claims about mobile apps as educational. AP
Frankie Thevenot played with an iPad at home in Metairie, La., in October 2011. A group is fighting claims about mobile apps as educational. AP

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