Technology helps students learn English in Colorado school

12/10/2008 | Fort Collins Coloradoan (Colo.)

Students who speak English as a second language at a Colorado junior high say they are using technology to keep up with their peers who are fluent in English. A teacher at Lincoln IB Junior High says that technology, like interactive white boards, broadcast and robotics equipment, "levels the playing field" among students.

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