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Apple, Google, Yahoo, and HP Parents Send Kids To Computer-Free School

In a world where most kids have little downtime from being online, a group of high-tech execs are sending their kids to a school without computers. The school, computer-free Waldorf elementary in Los Altos, Calif., is educating some of the kids whose parents work at some of the best-known Silicon Valley tech companies, such as Apple, Google, Hewlett-Packard, and Yahoo, according to an article in The New York Times. Matt Richtel describes the nine-classroom school where tuition starts at about $17,000.

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