Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Connected to the Future

by Lawrence Hardy, American School Board Journal Senior Editor

A North Carolina school district is transformed by a one-to-one computing program, raising student achievement and sparking creativity in classrooms and homes alike.  (Dr. Mark Edwards, Supt.)

Fourth- through 12th-grade students at Mooresville Graded School District each receive a laptop in a one-to-one computing program that has resulted in remarkable gains in student achievement and increased graduation rates. Mooresville teachers say the program has fundamentally changed the way they do their jobs.

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