Textbooks vs Tablets

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Text Books VS. Tablets
Do you ever wonder what it would be like if your school had tablets instead of those boring old heavy text books? Well I did. I thought that if we had tablets it would be so much simpler, they are way more up to date, and you can get great video connection. Text books should be in all classrooms because they are simpler, more up to date, and they have great connection. I think that they are going to be used in every classroom around the world soon. I think that tablets are simple. Simply because its technology and most teenagers know how to use them. They are also simply in a school matter such as they don’t use paper. Also instead of breaking your back when you have to lug all those books home it’s easy and practical to just take a tablet home. Yes I know that they seem expensive at first but everything is now a day. But over time they pay for themselves. What I mean when I say that is that they hold hundreds of textbooks without paying for most of them. Everything now is about being up to date and tablets take us one step closer to that. Also instead of paying for new books because they are out of date or the binding is falling apart because of over use, tablets are always updating and have the newest technology and news ready for use. "We feel like we're definitely giving our kids an advantage," said Principal Matt Zopf, who previously was the district's assistant technology director. "It's a new concept and a new way of doing things." (Thorsen). According to Student Public Interest Research Groups Everyone knows that textbooks prices are outrageous. Students spend an average of $1,200 a year on textbooks and course materials, and prices have been rising more than four times the rate of inflation for the past two decades. This just shows that the price of books will continue to go up and up. Therefore I believe that we should have tablets to decrease the amount of spending we do in a year. This is the 21st century it’s time for...
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