Interactive television helps North Dakota teacher reach more students

04/15/2009 | Jamestown Sun (N.D.)

Valerie Aho, a North Dakota teacher of family and consumer science, is teaching sewing to eighth-graders 35 miles away, thanks to an interactive television network and on-site volunteers. The network is helping districts better deal with teacher shortages, but the distance sometimes makes hands-on subjects more difficult, Aho says.

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