East Chicago, Michigan City, Switzerland County, and Tell City share more than a common Hoosier heritage: They--along with more than 70 other Indiana high schools--are using inexpensive computers and open-source software to reinvigorate teachers, engage learners, and ensure that Indiana's students are prepared for the world of tomorrow.

A less expensive way of reaching one-to-one computing in classrooms, Indiana's Affordable Classroom Computers for Every Secondary Student (inACCESS) program is changing the way teachers teach and students learn by introducing state-of-the-art technology and technology-rich resources to English and language-arts classrooms in high schools statewide. In some schools, science, math, and...

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