Baltimore County Public Schools in Maryland will cut elementary-school technology-teacher positions and school computer labs in favor of moving technology into the classrooms with laptops and tablets embedded in instruction. The district also will create professional-development positions to train teachers to integrate technology. "We want all teachers to become fluent users in the technology as part of their instruction instead of students [going] to a computer lab once a week," Assistant Superintendent Billy Burke said.
Md. district to drop computer labs in shift to classroom-based technology
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