In this file photo, Haley Hancock, 14, middle, Camille Newton, 14, left, and Jestin Morrow, 14, right, use iPads to solve graphing problems in their Algebra I class at Hilton Head Island High School.
In this file photo, Haley Hancock, 14, middle, Camille Newton, 14, left, and Jestin Morrow, 14, right, use iPads to solve graphing problems in their Algebra I class at Hilton Head Island High School. Delayna Earley, staff photo
In this file photo, Haley Hancock, 14, middle, Camille Newton, 14, left, and Jestin Morrow, 14, right, use iPads to solve graphing problems in their Algebra I class at Hilton Head Island High School. Delayna Earley, staff photo

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