[caption id="attachment_122718" align="alignleft" width="150"] North Carolina school systems have until 2017 to align curriculum with digital devices and make the transition to digital instruction, the law states.[/caption]

Over the next four years, students in North Carolina public schools will trade in their traditional textbooks for digital devices as the state shifts how it funds educational materials.

Last week, Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law a bill that calls for public schools to allocate more money for devices such as digital textbooks and iPads. The legislation is one of four bills designed to...

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