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Bringing innovation into the classroom can help teachers tackle different levels of instruction. Teachers across the state are turning to tech to help their students learn more and better. Public schools spend more than $3 billion on digital content annually, and there’s one computer per every five

May 19, 2016

Bringing innovation into the classroom can help teachers tackle different levels of instruction.


Teachers across the state are turning to tech to help their students learn more and better. Public schools spend more than $3 billion on digital content annually, and there’s one computer per every five kids in the same schools, according to Education Week.

One district implementing technology in the classroom is Cartwright School District. Learn more about how English Language Development (ELD) Technology Specialist Stefanie Daley is helping Cartwright teachers integrate technology into classrooms with one-to-one iPads in the article Technology Breaks Barriers for ELL Students.

Learn more about using technology in your classroom in these three Arizona K12 Center events:

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