For years, advocates of technology have heralded the day when all correspondence will occur electronically, eliminating the need for paper communications. So far, that day has not arrived. But a high school in Pennsylvania is doing its best to change that—and saving money in the process.

Hatboro-Horsham High School recently switched to a paperless curriculum, in which tests, worksheets, assignments, and announcements are accessible to students on the school-wide computer network. The

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