(Las Vegas, NV) — About 6500 students will soon have an iPad to help them learn.
The Clark County School District says it has spent nearly $2,500 for the devices, which will go to students at five qualifying middle schools.
The iPads will have preloaded software for math, English and research. Students can take the tablets home, but there will be filters to limit Internet access.
The iPads are part of the school district’s E-3 project, known as Engage, Empower and Explore.