A hometown school system is setting the bar for the future of education in the country.
Representatives from Apple chose Henry County Schools as an example of how their products are helping students.
Wednesday about 60 business and school leaders from across the country visited classrooms to discover its iPad learning program.
Superintendents and principals learned first-hand from students and teachers how technology furthers the lesson.
"We are fore-thinking and we are ahead of technology because we have a vision. And we make sure that our curriculum fits that vision. And we have a plan for all the technology that we put in our school division," said Janet Copenhaver, director of Technology and Media for Henry County Public Schools.
All of the school districts third, fourth and fifth graders use the iPad at home and at school.
More than 3,000 are in use and serve as textbooks for most students.