School's computer program is tech-training lab for teachers

A new computer lab at a Kentucky elementary school is being used to teach students and train educators how to better integrate technology into lessons. The school opened as a technology magnet program this school year and helps students learn about subjects such as engineering and robotics while also serving as a professional-development center for elementary math and computer teachers districtwide. "They come here to see how we are incorporating the curriculum by using different types of technology and how they can support other teachers when they return to their schools," the school's principal said.

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