Two years into a comprehensive three-year study of the laptop initiative in Virginia's Henrico County Public Schools, findings show that students are engaging in more technology-based problem solving, research, teamwork, and communication-based projects that reflect 21st-century learning skills, the Henrico Citizen reports. According to the study's chief researcher, Interactive Inc. CEO Dale Mann, the second-year findings show marked improvement from the previous year of the study in the quality of learning that is occurring in the county's high schools. "This is a record of accomplishment," Mann told the school board during a June 12 work session. Mann was particularly impressed

...

Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our news and resources


  • About the Author:

    eSchool News