Ohio district shifts to a comprehensive education-technology model

01/14/2013 | District Administration magazine

Educators and officials in an Ohio school district are taking full advantage of technology in the classroom and in communication with parents and the community. Besides investing in classroom technology, the district has sought to adopt more "comprehensive technology," in which students and teachers have access to iPads, iPod Touches and AppleTV, among other devices, and technology is integrated into instruction, homework and other aspects of school. The approach aims to improve student success and bolster support and accountability.

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