A: Students must come to school with fully-charged iPads every day. A fully-charged iPad
should have enough power to carry a student through the normal activities of the day.
However, if a student plays games, listens to music, views photographs, and so forth, he
will run out of power. A limited number of outlets are available in classrooms for recharging; but iPads charge slowly and students will not be able to participate fully in class activities if their iPads are being charged. If you let him plug it in during class, he can use it while it’s charging. He just won’t be able to move around. If the teacher doesn't let him charge it in class, he will learn an important lesson.