Dell Inc., the St. Louis Public Schools (SLPS), and the University of Missouri-St. Louis have announced plans to develop a technology-rich high school that reportedly will provide 125 ninth-graders with some of the most advanced classroom technology ever assembled. The school is scheduled to open in September.


The organizations will work together to transform SLPS's Carnahan Middle School into an advanced high school and learning facility, complete with wireless technology; Dell notebooks, printers, and network servers; and other devices intended to help students develop the kinds of skills they'll need to stay competitive in the 21st-century workforce.

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