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  • Convenience and Education

    First, tablets take up less space than textbooks, freeing up space in classrooms, lockers, and
    other places used to store textbooks. Second, tablets update easier, whereas textbooks start getting out of date as soon as they're printed. Lastly, tablets have been proven to help students learn more information faster (procon.Org).

  • It's stupid to replace them.

    Way to many distractions just stupid. They can be way to slow and can have viruses. It's also old fashioned. That wins over tablets. People can use them for the wrong reasons like cheating and looking up adult websites that they are not supposed to do. That is exactly why.

  • Not just yet

    I think this transition is inevitable, but schools have enough issues with funding as it is without doing this now. Wait until tablets are a much more commonplace technology and can be bought at a very low price, for the time being the textbooks we used in school are enough to get the job done.


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