Columbia High School students in Tim Whitaker's Chemistry in the Community class were equipped with laptop computers as they returned to school Monday at Nampa School District. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology.
Columbia High School students in Tim Whitaker's Chemistry in the Community class were equipped with laptop computers as they returned to school Monday at Nampa School District. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Columbia High School students in Tim Whitaker's Chemistry in the Community class were equipped with laptop computers as they returned to school Monday at Nampa School District. With money from a community supported levy, the Nampa School District is placing electronic devices in six schools this year in a personalized learning pilot program designed to integrate education with modern technology. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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