[caption id="attachment_114338" align="alignleft" width="215"] The biggest challenge has been finding the time to train teachers and reinforce what they have learned with reliable support.[/caption]

Arkansas’ Osceola School District has students use Renaissance Learning’s NEO—a low-cost, battery-powered keyboard with word processing and quizzing capabilities—for their writing projects and Wii gaming systems for physical education. The district provides teachers with paid training for any technology that is implemented and follows up with training throughout the year. Thanks to the use of these and other resources, participation in phys-ed classes has increased—and students are...

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