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  • High School Students to get Laptops
    If all goes as planned, Gainesville (GA) City Schools’ high school students will each receive a laptop computer for the 2006-07 school year. Middle schools students will receive computers the following year.
  • Alabama Students Get ACCESS
    ACCESS, a $3.4 million statewide pilot program, will allow schools to host interactive distance learning labs and Internet-delivered courses using a combination of multipoint videoconferencing equipment, internet access and individual student tablet laptops.
  • High Tech High Going Strong
    High Tech High School’s strategy of infusing technology throughout an interdisciplinary curriculum is paying off. Every student in the school’s three graduating classes has gone on to college.
  • Power to British Pupils
    Whether it's used to teach special needs children to express themselves or for demonstrating accelerated learning, presentation software is helping students in the U.K.. But can you have too much of a good thing? Get answers here.
  • Do You Know Where Your Child Is?
    Among the many gadgets showcased at the annual Consumer Electronics Show was a GPS tracking phone, designed to appeal to pre-teens, that can be worn like a wristwatch.

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