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The pen, phone and iPad: Obama’s tech push in U.S. schools

05
Feb
2014

By Steve Holland ADELPHI, Maryland (Reuters) – President Barack Obama has a pen. And on Tuesday, he wielded an iPad to help make a point about how he hopes to do more for schools without more funding from Congress. Obama toured Buck Lodge Middle School in Adelphi, Maryland, where seventh-grade students were using tablets to work on math problems based on the Rover explorer on Mars. Obama borrowed a tablet to film his security entourage.

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