Interactive whiteboards are integral part of learning in Kentucky school:

11/10/2009 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Educators at a Kentucky elementary school say student achievement has improved now that students are using interactive whiteboards in classes. "Students punch in their answers to questions on the board, and the teacher gets immediate feedback on how many students were right or wrong," the school principal said. "Then, the class can go over the answers without having to wait three days to get the graded tests back."

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