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The school district should not move to a 1:1 environment, and if more iPad carts were added, only add them to select classes. I highly doubt that high school students are ready for the responsibility for a school-issue iPad full time. There have been many instances in class where iPads are close to destruction, and that's when every student is most conscious of their behavior. It technically isn't theirs- it's the school's property. Even if they had to pay for it if lost or damaged, they probably wouldn't care. However, it would cut down on the materials needed for class, therefore cutting down on raw materials and waste, although it would still consume electricity. The iPad is not yet ready for all types of learning. There are just some classes where iPad use would not be beneficial. The district shouldn't waste money on excess iPads; instead, they should use it for something more important.