The Miami Herald reports that South Florida educators are using the latest in technological advances to create a "classroom without walls"--a concept destined to be the future of education. These educators are making an aggressive push to tap into the increasingly tech-savvy generation. For example, students in a sign-language class at Dillard High in Fort Lauderdale recently exchanged ideas with counterparts at Dunkirk High in Buffalo, N.Y. with the help of video technology. Broward school officials plan to use the technology to provide "lectures on demand," in addition to using this technology to allow students to take...
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