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Parents Press For Mobile Tech In Education
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Ellis Booker
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Ellis Booker,
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6/3/2013 | 4:36:45 PM
re: Parents Press For Mobile Tech In Education
Here's a nice infographic on the survey results: www.att.com/Common/about_us/pd... --Ellis Booker
LyndaRadosevich
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LyndaRadosevich,
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6/3/2013 | 8:58:23 PM
re: Parents Press For Mobile Tech In Education
Forget learning opportunity. I'm interested in how tablets can help lighten my kids' backpacks. Of course, all their textbooks would have to be available as ebooks.
mzahler554
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mzahler554,
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6/4/2013 | 5:27:23 PM
re: Parents Press For Mobile Tech In Education
If they could show ebokks only and keep them off facebook and youtube. That is going on more than education with the devices


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