Students call for greater use of technology in class:

08/18/2008 | Charleston Daily Mail (W.Va.)

Around two-thirds of West Virginia students surveyed online expressed a desire for their schools to make greater use of technology, including laptop computers and interactive white boards, the state's education department says. Another 62% of the students surveyed said more hands-on activities and less busy work are key to improving schools.

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