An increasing number of students are using remote internet connections to complete their assignments and communicate with teachers and fellow students, while a portfolio of their work is amassing at secure servers online, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. Most afternoons after classes at Mark Twain High School in San Diego, Kevin Vazquez heads to the Logan Heights branch of the city library, sits at a computer, and logs on to his school’s server to complete his homework. Using his password, Kevin has access to all of his school papers, PowerPoint presentations, messages from teachers, and other material. All of...

Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our news and resources

  • About the Author:

    staff and wire services reports