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Digital winds blowing

As Hawaii’s schools ramp up standards, discussion turns to one computer for each student

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 25, 2012

~~<p>Hawaii's public schools are making the big leap into full adoption of the national Common Core standards in reading and math, which are more rigorous benchmarks of what students are learning at each stage than what are in place now. The question is: What tools will deliver the learning?</p>
<p>Conventional textbooks? Or digital equivalent in materials, via a laptop or tablet computer?</p>
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Hawaii's public schools are making the big leap into full adoption of the national Common Core standards in reading and math, which are more rigorous benchmarks of what students are learning at each stage than what are in place now. The question is: What tools will deliver the learning?

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