Sunday, 6 May 2007


Apparently laptops aren't just controversial in law school classrooms. The New York Times has a story about high schools that are cancelling their student laptop programs because the expenses of repairing laptops, difficulties of school network management, and discipline problems stemming from pornography, cheating, and hacking more than outweigh the educational benefits. Some schools have concluded that laptops either have had no effect or have actively hindered academic performance.

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