Technology links impoverished North Carolina students to a larger world

03/29/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Secondary schools in Green County, one of North Carolina's smallest and poorest school systems, are experiencing a major infusion of technology. Superintendent Steve Mazingo says the schools' $3.5 million investment in laptops and wireless networks is preparing students for life in a high-tech world.

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