from Mourning the Death of Handwriting - TIME:Then consider that high school kids at all levels of the pyramid are on their cell phones as much as they can be.
"A study published in the February issue of the Journal of Educational Psychology found that just 9% of American high school students use an in-class computer more than once a week."
The issue is not how many computers the school district buys. The issue is how often the kids use computers. As smart phones morph into hand held computers the kids, not the school district will buy them. Whoever buys them controls when they are used.
The clickable print part is straightforward. Connect the hand held to the internet and use Print as the at hand table of contents.