South Carolina is one of the primary states affected by the technological rift between the "haves" and the "have-nots." But one school district in Myrtle Beach, S.C., is forging ahead with technology integration, thanks to a committed technology director and a supportive community.

Horry County Schools is one of the largest districts in the state, with 43 schools and more than 27,000 students. It's also one of the poorest, with 54 percent of its students qualifying for free or reduced-priced lunches. But despite the poverty of many of the county's families, the district has been one of the


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