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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Karen Cator
By 2015, the nation's schools will abandon traditional textbooks in favor of digital learning. Over the next four years, the nation's government will spend more than $2 billion to provide every student with a tablet and, in the process, become the first country in the world to go paperless in its schools.
"South Korea is ... leading with this initiative, and we should watch and learn," she said.
At the state and district level, she said, schools can learn from one another, replicating the successes of Mooresville but avoiding its mistakes.