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Reading material should not be cut. Computers may hold key

Thinks computer books, with Kindles or kids' own laptops might be answer

Mark Hale writes:
I too agree that the reading material for the school children should not be cut. I think an alternative would be computer books, or Kindles or somthing like that. There may be somewhat of a startup cost but eventually the cost for books would be nearly ZERO. I know book publishers dont like those words but electronics are our future. Many kids today have their own laptops before they even start kindergarden. --Mark Hale
Comments re article 46782 Doesnt understand Adair School Board and textbooks letter from Gale Cowan

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