The Ledger of Lakeland, Fla., reports on efforts by a local Catholic school to bring an all-digital curriculum to its ninth-graders. Santa Fe Catholic freshmen are given their textbooks in CD-ROM format for use with the tablet PCs as part of a one-to-one computing initiative. Santa Fe Catholic is Polk County’s only school with a paperless classroom and is aiming to become an entirely paperless school. Each laptop adds $1,750 to the school’s tuition, but the principal says most parents are buying into the program.