Who had the brilliant idea of not allowing the kids to have their own textbook? Is it just me thinking it is backwards not having a proper tool to take home to revise? My school has the latest technology, but no books. So, kids copy things, most of the time wrong or misspelled, thus wasting precious teaching time copying rather than doing something productive. Often neither the parents nor the kids know what to revise at home because they don?t have a manual (textbook) to follow at home. Maybe it?s just me, but I always thought having a textbook you can take home and study from is more important than having the latest interactive whiteboard? What are your thoughts?