How a tech program changed teaching, learning at one Kan. school

12/27/2013 | Morning Sun (Pittsburg, Kan.), The

After one semester, educators at a Kansas high school say a one-to-one program in which all students are equipped with a Google Chromebook already has changed education for the better. Officials say teachers and students have embraced the program and are reporting higher levels of engagement, as well as more classroom dialogue and redesigned learning spaces. The district also is participating in a pilot project for online textbooks called CK12.

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