Laptop program, digital learning improve achievement in N.C. district

06/20/2011 | District Administration magazine

The Mooresville Graded School District in North Carolina distributes laptop computers to all students in grades 4-12 at the beginning of each school year. The one-to-one computing program is part of the district's move toward digital conversion, in which students take more control over their education while teachers lecture less. The switch, seen as a model for other districts, has led to an increase in overall student proficiency and graduation rates.

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