Idaho Schools Confront the Internet Era
Feb 3, 1:00 AM
Supporters of education reform across the state are trying to allay rural concerns about increased technology in schools with highly-variable infrastructure. Idaho Superintendent of Education Tom Lunas educational overhaul, proposed in January, polarized Idaho residents, especially those in rural communities who worry their communitys infrastructure wont be able to support the increased emphasis on technology.
Feb 3, 4:27 PM:
Faced with lean budgets, Idaho public schools are embracing laptops and other high tech tools. Good to see that some districts are using the tough times as a springboard for creative reform.
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