School officials grapple with how to solve the access issue
Replacing some Hamilton County students' textbooks with iPads was a move intended to boost faltering public education performance.
Tablets were more engaging that their printed predecessors, and they opened up a world wide web of opportunity. Have a question? Just Google it. Plus, they prepared students for the ever-changing work world, in which even jobs flipping hamburgers require an application online.
But school officials say there is one big problem. Many of the students, once home with their brand-new devices, don't have internet access...