In todays world, students need to be able to use electronic such as IPad to graph chart, calculate equations, linear equations and quadratic equations. There are multiple free Apps for students to download and use for learning for the future. Research has proven that student achievement scores and grades increase when using iPads and/or other electronics. Mount Vernon Township High School serves over 1300 students. All students are required to take three years of math. Mount Vernon Township High School has multiple classes that have Co-Teachers that teach both regular and special education students combined. Having iPads in the classroom would allow students to increase scores as well as become better prepared for technology for their college/careers. By having an iPad for each student in the classroom, students would be able to use Apps for math skills. Students would be highly motivated, attentive and engaged when they have iPad programs available to them. The proposal request is twenty-eight iPads or funding to purchase them $5600. This would allow for students in all eight math classes to use them per class period, serving 224 total students daily.