Many Arizona classrooms fail to embrace technology fully

Although Arizona has spent hundreds of millions of dollars since 2001 to integrate technology in the classroom, teachers in many schools lack adequate training and computers are not being used to their full capability. Forward-thinking Paradise Valley Unified District in Phoenix, however, will engage students in today's multimedia world by offering laptops with a wireless Internet connection.

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