Laptops expected to support students with diverse learning styles

05/15/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A Missouri school district has used a grant received through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act to purchase 120 Google Chromebook computers. School officials say they expect the technology to boost student engagement and assist educators in differentiating instruction. Data collected during the first year will help officials determine if they will expand the program in the future.

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