With the help of funding for schools affected by Hurricane Katrina and reward money for rising test scores, a Louisiana high school this fall will become one of the first in the state to dump textbooks in favor of laptop computers and an all-digital curriculum.

Students at Bolton High School, part of the Rapides Parish school system, won't be carrying around textbooks and paper notebooks, but instead will have laptop computers as part of the parish's first Digital Academy.


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