Bay Ridge students improve learning one app at a time

BROOKLYN - Some students in Bay Ridge are learning one app at a time that technology can be a lot of fun.

St. Anslem School students received eight brand new iPads worth $4,000 through a Department of Education (DOE) learning and technology grant. The high-tech classroom additions allow educators to download apps that compliment what they're teaching.

The iPads are being shared by first and fifth-graders at the school.

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