A report in California's North County Times discusses how teachers at a school for troubled teens and juvenile delinquents are using technology to keep students engaged in lessons and learning despite their checkered pasts. Educators say the school--which caters to students who have been incarcerated, involved with gangs, or brought up in troubled homes--represents a last chance for many of these students to earn a high school diploma....

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