School district links SMART Board with increased achievement:

06/9/2009 | Salisbury Post (N.C.)

One North Carolina school district has found a 17 percentage-point increase in student achievement for students using an interactive whiteboard compared with those who are not. Rowan-Salisbury School System Superintendent Dr. Judy Grissom says additional benefits of using SMART Boards include fewer discipline issues, increases in student involvement and enthusiasm for learning, and increased student attendance.

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