Internet gives deployed parents front-row seats at graduation

05/21/2004 | eSchool News (free registration)

A few Central Texas school districts are broadcasting high school graduation ceremonies over the Internet so that soldiers deployed to Iraq from nearby Fort Hood can watch. After the ceremony, at least 250 new graduates will be able to talk to their parents via private videoconferences.

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