Grants help fund high-tech classroom lessons

01/28/2013 | Augusta Chronicle (Ga.), The

About 20 teachers in Richmond County, Va., recently were awarded $2,000 grants intended to help educators purchase technology to upgrade projects already under way or initiate new learning programs. Among those receiving grants were two elementary-school teachers, who initiated the Roots Across the Curriculum program, using flashcards and PowerPoint presentations to teach Greek and Latin root words to fourth-grade students.

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