The Indiana General Assembly is expanding its efforts to go paperless by using iPads in more committees next session.
The Ellettsville schools are renting out iPads to some of their students instead of textbooks.
A school in Greentown, Ind., is using part of its rainy day fund to buy iPads for kindergarten students.
Officials say the iPad purchase will enhance student achievement.
A two-month pilot-study tests whether legislators could potentially use iPads to cut back on paper costs.