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Texas' Hallsville Independent School District has a new classroom, but it won't be used by students, the Longville News-Journal reports: Instead, the classroom will be a model for teachers and administrators nationwide on how to integrate technology into lessons. The classroom is Apple's second model classroom in the nation. It is designed from education research by Stanford University, and it encourages student collaboration. The district, which also has been working with Apple on another project, installed the classroom this month. District Technology Director Mike Stanfield said the classroom would illustrate how technology can be woven into subject lessons to improve
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