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Maine pupils get iBook learning

Laptop plan could offer insights for Mass. program

Boothbay Region Elementary School 7th grader Zach Brewer of Boothbay, Maine , foreground, used a laptop along with fellow 7th graders in social studies class.
By Brian Kladko
Globe Correspondent / September 30, 2005

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BOOTHBAY HARBOR, Maine -- Along with their textbooks and lunch money, every seventh- and eighth-grader here lugs another school-day essential from class to class: an Apple iBook. (Full article: 802 words)

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