iPads proving unsuitable

Schools in Struer Municipality in central Jutland are keen to swap their iPads for laptops.

They argue that pupils from zero to second grade find it difficult to use the iPad tablets when writing.

Laptops please
Laptops are more suitable for the young children because they have a keyboard, believe local teachers.

In 2014, Struer Municipality purchased 2,200 laptops and 700 iPads.

While the youngest pupils got iPads, all students from third grade and up received laptops.





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