Teacher: Students using Smart Boards are more involved, engaged

A South Carolina teacher says technology, such as Smart Boards and document cameras, has her students "involved in every lesson." The Charleston County district is spending $42.5 million over the next five years on classroom technology as a way to boost student achievement and is training teachers to use the new gadgets.

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