Virginia high school's laptop program wins fans, foes

12/11/2006 | Washington Post, The

The Alexandria, Va., school district's tech coordinator admits the school system could have done a better job launching a laptop program at T.C. Williams High School, but she says the "payoffs are great." One teacher says there is a divide in their ranks "between those who see the computers as an end in itself and those who see them as a tool."

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