Teacher Eileen Haggard directed her second-grade students at Stonewall in an exercise on polygons last week. Haggard said the iPads "allow the kids to be creative."
Teacher Eileen Haggard directed her second-grade students at Stonewall in an exercise on polygons last week. Haggard said the iPads "allow the kids to be creative."
Teacher Eileen Haggard directed her second-grade students at Stonewall in an exercise on polygons last week. Haggard said the iPads "allow the kids to be creative."

iPads enhance learning in some Fayette classrooms

April 19, 2011 12:00 AM

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