The L'Ouverture Computer Technology Magnet school in Wichita, Kan., named in 1912 for a Haitian military leader, represents the wave of the future when it comes to technology assisted instruction, especially with respect to computers and video.

Even so, Principal Howard Pitler is quick to stipulate that, "Computers are not magic. They don't teach kids." What they are, he says, is a tool that allows teachers to enrich, enhance, and remediate.

Computer-assisted instruction is an integral part of the education of every L'Ouverture student. Because L'Ouverture is a...

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