iPads take a place next to crayons in kindergarten

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Kindergarten classes are supplementing crayons, finger paints, and flashcards with iPads, a development that excites supporters but that detractors worry is wasted on pupils too young to appreciate the expense.

Next fall, nearly 300 kindergartners in the central Maine
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