Interactive whiteboards are appearing in a growing number of classrooms nationwide. They're also proving their worth in reaching all students.

It's a cold and dreary Thursday morning in Baltimore. The kind of morning that begs even the most enthusiastic students to stay in bed with the covers pulled up tight around their heads, preferring the incessant beeping of their alarm clocks to the thought of braving the elements for yet another day at school.

Outside the Cardinal Gibbons School, a private Catholic institution about five miles south of Baltimore's wind-swept


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