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Internet inequality is real


Phil Banker

Phil Banker

A few weeks ago at the Ennis Rotary Club, Diana Freeman with Ennis ISD spoke at length about the district’s iPad program, and all the good things it’s accomplished with our students. I couldn’t be happier: I think it’s a great program that not only acculturates our kids to new technology, but has the potential to save the district money in the long run. The iPad program is, so far, a rousing success of which the district should be proud.

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