Duluth school expands use of technology and 1-to-1

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

The 76 students enrolled in the Duluth school district’s alternative high school this year have mostly done away with paper and pencils.

An attempt to improve student achievement at the former Unity led to a change in how the school teaches. The district spent about $25,000 on Google Chromebooks to help teach students with what’s called a “flipped classroom.”

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