Mass. middle school to launch voluntary BYOD program

10/22/2013 | Enterprise Newspapers (Mass.), The

A Massachusetts middle school is expected to incorporate the use of more mobile devices in classroom lessons through a voluntary pilot program allowing students to bring in their own devices. "There is research that shows that technology increases student achievement and engages them," Raynham Middle School principal David Thomson said.

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