Saving money by using less classroom paper

Miami Herald:

In classrooms throughout South Florida, paper is becoming more of a relic than an educational staple.

The result: homework done online. Paperless term papers. Math problems completed on an interactive whiteboard. An entire course of physics problems contained on a single compact disc. And, schools hope, savings in an ever-tightening budget crunch.

”It’s budget, it’s green, it’s best educational practices,” said Mark Strauss, principal of Virginia Shuman Young Elementary in Fort Lauderdale.

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