The laptops of today are becoming the norm for students and teachers around the world.
A recent report found that 70 percent of the world’s 1.6 billion students use a laptop at school.
But they’re not the only ones who want to get their hands on a tablet or smartphone.
The U.S. Education Department released its latest report in January on the state of education.
In it, the department estimates that in 2019 there will be more than 50 million tablets, nearly 1 billion smartphones and an estimated 5.5 billion tablets and smartphones by 2020.
The laptops that will be the norm in 2019 are not necessarily the latest models.
A lot of these are older models, said Matthew Lasky, director of the education and innovation program at the Center for American Progress, a think tank.
But the laptops that are becoming increasingly popular are the ones that have been around for years, so they’re old and they’re cheap, he said.
They’re not that expensive.
So it’s not as if you need a laptop every day.
It’s just, you know, you’re paying for the infrastructure.
It’s a little more complicated than that, he added.
You’ve got a lot of different apps, and you need to pay for them all.
You also have a lot to do with the way you get the content.
So you’ve got all these different types of software, and they can get to that state, but at the end of the day, what you’re actually doing is you’re getting your content from these different devices.
The apps that you need aren’t necessarily the best, he explained.
You’ve got this kind of experience that you’re not even getting in the classroom, he continued.
So if you are using an iPad, and it’s getting the same content as an iPad or an iPhone, that’s not really a good experience for the student or the teacher.
So the way to make that experience better is to have a tablet, he suggested.
The new report shows that the number of laptops has tripled in the past decade.
In 2019, nearly 40 percent of all laptops used by students and adults were older models.
In the United States, more than one-third of all devices used by teachers were newer models, the report shows.
But even though the number is growing, it’s still not the most popular class of devices.
Students in the United Kingdom, France and Germany were the most likely to use a tablet for studying, and students in Spain and the United Arab Emirates were most likely.
That’s a trend that’s likely to continue, Lasker said.
So are students going to be getting a better education?
The answer is yes, Lisky said.
And that’s the good news.
I think that’s a positive sign.
The bad news is that students will continue to get more distracted by their devices, he emphasized.