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Tech for Tots: How Young Is Too Young?

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December 2, 2013
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At the Flint Hill School, preschoolers use iPads to make picture books, Skype with penpals and practice spelling, but other schools say it's too soon and avoid electronics. When it comes to technology in classrooms, doctors say moderation is key. (Dec. 2)


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