Technology helps Maryland schools engage students

08/29/2007 | Gazette (Gaithersburg, Md.), The

As students' technological savvy increases, Montgomery County schools in Maryland are using classroom innovations to keep students' interest strong. "Technology won't make a marginal teacher a good teacher, but it could make a good teacher better," said Michael Durso, a high school principal.

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