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    Re: iPads vs District

    I would be very frustrated by this too! I would think the
    district would at least give you the courtesy of talking to
    you about which apps you need/want before deleting them.

    I do realize that they are the district's property, but good
    administrators will worth closely with teachers to encourage
    them to embrace new technology. It seems your district is
    doing the opposite.

    My suggestion would be to start by talking with your school
    principal. Prepare a list of specific apps that you've paid
    for, and tell him why you want them to remain installed on
    the ipads.

    You might also want to encourage those parent donors to speak
    up on this issue as well.

    With a little pressure, let's hope your administrators will
    listen to reason.

    Good luck!

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