A program at Richmond County Schools in North Carolina that uses military technology from nearby Fort Bragg has catapulted a member of Richmond’s senior class into a summer internship at the military installation, and observers say the technology could engage students in learning core curriculum content, reports the Richmond County Daily Journal. Senior Miles Pattan was one of the first to take a course in interactive three-dimensional (I 3-D) digital imaging design at the school this semester, and he announced March 30 that he was just accepted into an on-base summer internship. On hand was U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell, who...

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