King, a grade school in the city of Kings, New York, recently started teaching the first iPad-equipped children to read and write on a computer.
While it has been praised by many for its ability to teach reading and writing, parents say the iPads are too expensive for many kids and that it would be a waste of their time.
King’s newest iPad, the King 9 Pro, costs $799, which the school says is an average price for a school district-issued iPad.
“I’ve been very excited about the iPad, and I’m really glad we’re able to offer it to these kids,” said King principal, Karen King, in an interview with New York Magazine.
“The technology has really improved and the way it’s being used has gotten a lot better.”
Karen King said she hoped the iPad would bring more people to King’s classes.
The iPad will be a $300 tablet that can read and edit text on its own, but it will also read text from a local app, and it will work with other iPads to teach.
King hopes that by giving the iPads to the students who can’t read, they’ll be able to read them better.
King’s first class of iPads is set to start classes next month.
King hopes that the iPads will bring more parents and teachers to the school.
It’s hard to say how many parents will want their kids to learn on iPads in the first place.
However, a 2015 survey by the Pew Research Center found that 61 percent of parents in the United States have some type of educational technology, and that the number of iPads was growing at a rate of 11 percent per year.
According to the Wall Street Journal, parents in King’s district have complained about the cost of iPads to be able their kids learn on them for as long as they can.
Despite the iPad’s popularity in the US, it has yet to take off in the UK, where a large number of parents have already started using iPads.
But the technology has made a big impact in other parts of the world, including India, where the Indian government recently approved an online app to teach children the basics of reading and the basics to write.
In the UK recently, the Prime Minister said that the UK government had plans to make iPads available to all school children in England.
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