Technology has become commonplace in Ill. school district

02/1/2013 | Lake Forester (Ill.) (free registration)

Technology is playing a larger role in how students learn -- both in and out of school -- educators say in one Illinois school district. All students in District 67 have Google accounts, and some students are using Google Apps in the classroom. However, students with such accounts are kept safe, educators say, because their access is restricted and students can only e-mail people within their own school.

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