A Blueprint to Revolutionize America's Schools
Bingaman, Jeff, Kennedy, Edward M., Cochran, Thad, T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)
New Mexico - In a cluster of nine small high schools scattered across the plains of rural eastern New Mexico, the classrooms of the future are emerging. High school students in San Jose, House and Grady - some of the most rural communities in New Mexico - are taking advanced classes from a college 50 miles away. Through a two-way interactive video system, these students have been linked to each other and to the Clovis Community College. Through this innovative application of technology, these students can participate in a regional classroom and have access to educational resources that do not exist in their small schools and communities.
Mississippi - At the Hayes Cooper School for Math, Science and Technology, a technology-centered K-6 public school in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, each child has an individualized educational program tailored to meet his or her learning needs, using computer programs that have been designed by the school's teachers to meet state curriculum standards and the National Education Goals.
As a result, teachers have more …
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Publication information: Article title: A Blueprint to Revolutionize America's Schools. Contributors: Bingaman, Jeff - Author, Kennedy, Edward M. - Author, Cochran, Thad - Author. Journal title: T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education). Volume: 21. Issue: 1 Publication date: August 1993. Page number: 4+. © 2009 1105 Media, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1993 Gale Group.
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