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Old 09-21-2012, 03:29 AM   #9
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These are some very good comments. I wonder if small children would be more apt to enjoy physical books than older children. Perhaps most of the physical books should be aimed at K to 3 with the electronic reading aimed at grades 4 and 5. I'm not saying all, just most. But I also wonder if, in the future, it will be cheaper to give every student an ereader rather than build a library, and have those resources which are usually centered in the library, available in individual classrooms instead. Hawaii is also one of those states with an enormous budget crunch.
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