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Video news: All-digital district

Mooresville, North Carolina is giving laptops to every student and teacher in grades 4-12.
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Mooresville, North Carolina is giving laptops to every student and teacher in grades 4-12 (over 5,000 laptops in all); it's one of the only entirely digital districts in the United States. Watch the video below or learn more at http://learningmatters.tv.

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