It's one thing to realize that you need more digital learning in your classroom, but it's quite another thing to do the research and put in the time to learn how to effectively incorporate digital tools in a way that improves student success.

In Alabama's Opelika City Schools, digital learning is an integral part of the school day, from classrooms and professional learning to behind the scenes in offices and IT operations.

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"We are a district that doesn't buy tech tools as standalones--everything works together...

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