Washington school enthusiastically takes to whiteboards

09/21/2004 | SeattlePI.com

Jill McLeod, principal of a Bellevue, Wash., elementary school, calls interactive whiteboards "magical" for their ability to save notes for students who missed class and translate handwriting into a text. Her district plans to spend $2 million during the next two years to put whiteboards into every one of its 700-plus classrooms.

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