Diamond Bar students get iPads


Pencil to paper may soon be a thing of the past
for students. And if that’s the case, some sixth-grade students at
Pantera Elementary School are getting a head start.

The Pomona Unified school has launched a tablet computer pilot program, giving about 50 of the school’s students an iPad.

For the rest of the school year, Ana and her peers will use
Apple’s iPad 2 to assist them in day-to-day instruction in their
classroom as well as with homework support.

And it’s already making a difference.

Read more in Pantera.