An elementary school principal, with help from three university engineering students, has developed a wireless "network mouse" system that allows any designated student to control the cursor on a monitor at the front of the classroom.

Each student has a device similar to a laptop power pad and, when selected by the teacher, can use a fingertip to operate the classroom's central computer. Result: Any designated student can participate in a computerized lesson without being at a

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