Cape Elizabeth High Says to Hell With Trying to Educate Anybody, Let’s Hand Out 10 Inch TVs and Be Done With It

CAPE ELIZABETH — A brave new digital world was unveiled at Cape Elizabeth High School Tuesday as students received the first distribution of iPads. By 8:15 a.m., the junior class had received the new devices, covered by a cloth binder monogrammed in the school crimson color. As technology integrator Olga LaPlante began leading the setup process, student Charlie Laprade was unfazed. “This is pretty easy, I have used one of these before,” he said. The school bought 468 iPads, tablet computing devices lacking hard keyboards, for about half the cost of laptops, said Principal Jeffrey Shedd.(read more at the Forecaster)