More than 600 school districts nationwide provided their students with personal iPads this fall, according to US News & World Report. As access to the newest technology increases, the question becomes how computer and iPad education applications are actually being used in the classroom. In the second in a series on technology in schools, Katie Banks examines whether teachers are using these apps as a way to reinforce what students have already learned, or whether they are replacing traditional teaching methods altogether.

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