Last September, Ruth Carter, a third-grade teacher at Scenic Hill Elementary School in Kent, Wash., opened a box that had been sitting in the school's workroom for two weeks. What she found changed the way she had been teaching her students for more than eight years. Inside the box was an ELMO HV-110XG visual presenter, which had been given to the school's principal for his perfect attendance record at the Kent School District principals' meetings.

"I knew it was some kind of computer equipment, but I hadn't ever seen anything like it before," said Carter. "Then I realized that it

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