In the four years since Georgia first established a satellite TV learning network, the state has spent millions of dollars putting the technology into its schools. But according to a University of Georgia study, more than a third of the state's teachers say they never use it.

"We've got a lot of evangelizing still to do," said Janie Smith, assistant director of PeachStar Education Services, the division of Georgia Public Broadcasting responsible for the network.

According to the study, 37 percent of the state's K-12 teachers said they never use the PeachStar network in their classrooms,


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