An innovative ed-tech program in North Carolina that uses "smart" cell phones to engage at-risk students in school is in danger of being disconnected, NBC17.com of Raleigh, N.C., reports. Project K-Nect, one of the state's most recent technology programs, will run out of funds in June, and state officials have been pleading for more state funding to keep the program going. "We don't have resources committed beyond June. This project is extremely successful," said project director Shawn Gross. There are 100 smart-phone devices now being used in ninth grade classrooms in schools across the state to
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