Sunday, January 16, 2011

Laptops instead teachers in Idaho

Idaho School Superintendent Tom Luna
Idaho schools Superintendent Tom Luna plans to increase the class sizes to free money to buy more learning technology, such as laptops and clickers. Starting in 2012, the state would spend $4.7 million to outfit new ninth-graders with laptops. Luna plans a blended learning system that combines in-school and online learning.

Larger classes to pay for technology: Learn more about Idaho schools Superintendent Tom Luna's reform plan | Idaho Legislature | Idaho Statesman

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